DaltonContemporary Home Office, Melbourne

Design by Vibe Design Group
Photography by Travis De Clifford

The brief to Vibe Design Group required a family home for the clients' two young children and occasional overnight guests. Timeless appeal and a flexible zoned layout were priority. As passionate cooks and entertainers, it was important that an expansive and functional kitchen be incorporated into the heart of the home.

Inspiration for a contemporary study in Melbourne with white walls, carpet and a built-in desk. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Easy Steps to Make Your Days More Enjoyable and Meaningful1 April 2016

Find meaningful workIs your work total drudgery, or do you relish the challenge each day brings? It’s easy to fall into a habit of complaining about your job, but that doesn’t do your wellbeing any favours. If you really do hate your job, take steps today to change it. If you don’t love your job but it pays well, shift your focus to appreciate what it allows you to do and have. Life’s too short to waste on negativity.Tip If you dream of doing something more creative, such as starting your own business or writing your memoirs to pass on to your children, make it happen. Replace some of the time you’d usually spend scrolling through Facebook or in front of the TV and get busy in your home office. You don’t have an office to work in at home? Just about everyone can find a nook in which to create one.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Monica Goswami added this to Monica's Ideas22 January 2022

the table chair and cabinet Design

ejpardo added this to Office14 January 2022

Layout of desk/ style of cabinetry.

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