Apartment ChelseaContemporary Home Office, London

Killian O'Sullivan

Photo of a contemporary study in London with white walls, painted wood flooring, no fireplace, a built-in desk and white floors. —  Houzz
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kirranakirrana wrote:30 November 2014
  • wendferg666
    6 years ago

    Are these custom made desks?

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    mod decoration
    2 years ago

    Great design for a room and I want that office, and how much it's priced.

matthewjlharrismatthewjlharris wrote:14 November 2014
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    Stiff and Trevillion
    7 years ago
    Hi Matthew,

    Concealed LED strips on the top of the roof ties ( red beams ) and at low level at the back of the desks. Hope this helps.

    Best wishes,

    Stiff + Trevillion

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Alcroft added this to 8 Ideas for Creating an Office in Your Loft15 November 2018

Double up These days, there are often two family members working from home, which can be a recipe for arguments about who will work where. If this sounds familiar, consider creating a work hub in your loft. This space is light and open, and each worker has a dedicated desk and storage. Having the work stations facing in opposite directions is a good idea for concentration. You can always agree to spin your chairs round for a tea break and chat at 11am.Tell us…Do you work from home? If so, do you have a dedicated work space? Share your set-up and ideas in the Comments section.

Lara Sargent added this to 11 Storage Solutions for Lofts You’ll Love4 March 2016

Incorporate a work stationLoft conversions are a great spot for home offices: they’re quiet, tucked out of sight of passing traffic, and far enough from downstairs distractions, such as the TV or housework.Whether for one or a pair of workers, a busy home office will need good, organised storage, so invest in simple, streamlined desks and cabinets (handle-free if possible) that can be tucked along opposite walls to keep your paperwork and paraphernalia under control. Stick to white for your furniture and walls, so your storage doesn’t intrude visually into the room, and your home-office hub will now be a cool, calm and collected work centre for optimum productivity.

Owl Design added this to 12 Ways to Add Interest to Your Ceiling4 January 2016

Beam in some colourExposed beams always look great, but why not accentuate them further by painting them a bright colour? It’s a clever way of lifting a minimalist room and adding a bold shade without it being too intense.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

HU-254685810 added this to Study drumnign27 March 2022

light, colour, playful buy can work in it too

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