Cool-tones give a sleek masculine vibe to your mid-century mod home office. Using a warm wood-tone in the desk balances the coolness of the blues and greys in the office. The long grey-blue curtains bring grandeur to the office by drawing your eye up and pop against the white walls.
A grid of black surrounds neutral squares, gives these curtain panels the delicate, organic beauty and intriguing pigment-bleed of watercolor paintings. The refined industrial pendant hangs with graceful reserve. With a wide drop, the large pendant shade has a golden interior, casting a light that is diffused and exceptionally rich. Emulating granite, this rug is a piece of art on the floor, adding an abstract pattern with a white background and a pop of black.
Pillows are a great way to add color and texture to any space. In this design we were able to incorporate different jewel tones and unique patterns into our home office through our pillow selection. Pillows are a convinent and impactful way to express your style without making permanent changes.
This reversible weave wool rug is modern and timeless with waney edged stripes in a sophisticated colorway of blue and natural undyed ivory interspersed with seemingly random dashes. Like a space probe from the mid-century space race, this ceiling lamp aged patina and oversized bulbs give an industrial salute to whoever steps into this office. With its wide seat, sloping back and swivel base, the mid-century office chair is comfortable enough for long work days while remaining entirely easy on the eyes.
Wrought iron, wood tones, steel, dark tones are all hallmarks of the industrial aesthetic. Trying to make those elements neutral and inviting can be difficult. Using a white top desk with wood tones and black steel legs can really lighten up the space and keep it neutral. Adding a light color rug with a mix of dark tone colors can tie the whole space together.
Some studies have shown the benefits of natural light for productivity during the workday. Whether you think it's helpful for your work or not, it's hard to argue with a great view like this one and the way the wall color and natural wood finishes bring the outdoors inside.
Wheater you live in a studio apartment or a dorm, small rooms can be challenging to design. For those who need a workspace and have limited space, try adding a desk next to your bed. The desk doubles a second nightstand but is large enough to double as a work surface.
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