Who said interior design has to be serious all the time. Sure, it's nice to have a bit of refinement in your space, but you don't have to forgo a sense of fun! In this room, small details add an air of joy to the space. Take, for example, the leopard-patterned accent, or the curious apothecary-style turtle shell wall art.
It seems more people are working from home than ever before. That means many people have to share a workspace with a partner, child, or roommate. To ensure you and your new office mates get off on the right foot and stay there, try picking a common interest and incorporating it into your decor. The vintage-inspired wall art in this space looks great with the shiplap. It could also be a wonderful reminder of shared interest for two science buffs or history lovers. Keeping the atmosphere at the office light and friendly.
One challenge for a mixed-use space is zoning it in a way that allows for separate functions to not interfere with one another. For example, in this room, we needed to have both an office and a living space, but we didn't want to worry about work when watching a movie, or dream of the couch when we were hard at work. To solve this dilemma, we simply placed a shelf, slightly taller than the desk, between the two spaces and Voilà, out of sight out of mind.
Want to add an air of formality to your contemporary dining space? Try placing upholstered chairs at your table's head. They'll recall dinner parties of a more romantic era, making each meal feel like a fancy affair.
As home study solution becomes increasingly necessary, it's essential to set your little learners for success with a dedicated work area. In this room, we've set up a small desk in a window nook that provides lots of natural light and keeps the decor to a minimum to prevent unnecessary distractions during study time.
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