House in Blomfield roadContemporary Home Office, London

Inspiration for a contemporary home office in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and a built-in desk. —  Houzz
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gnomehome123 wrote:29 April 2017
  • nikrah
    2 years ago

    can you advise where mirrors are from

lillatte123 wrote:24 June 2015
  • Laura Wheat
    3 years ago

    These baskets look like Maison Bengal.

Blossom Woods wrote:19 September 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Susannah Hutchison added this to 11 Clever Ways to Tackle Toy Storage25 October 2017

    Bag itUsing matching raffia baskets to store toys instantly gives a more grown-up feel to a space than canvas or plastic boxes would, so a set-up like this would be ideal in a living room or kitchen-diner that needs to look good for adults as well as children. Choosing baskets with handles is another neat trick, as they can get heavy when full of toy booty, and the handles make them much easier to lift on and off a shelf.

    Jennifer Spaeth added this to How to Have a Stylish Home (And Kids)21 September 2017

    Or you could be more subtle by following this room’s example. The storage looks very sophisticated, but it’s also practical. The baskets can be filled up with toys and can also be transported easily to the room where your children want to decamp and play.How to reduce the toy mountain in your home

    Jo Froude added this to Houzz Tour: A Historic Townhouse Gets a Modern Makeover24 February 2017

    A study area specifically designed for the kids is hidden away off the side of the extension. Baskets tucked into custom-designed cubby-holes keep clutter at bay and there’s plenty of desk space to do homework. Ray lounge chair by Hay, Twentytwentyone. Bespoke desk and cubby-hole storage, Alex Findlater.

    Becky Clarke added this to 9 Ways to Add Style to Your Storage Containers21 August 2016

    Big up baskets I love the idea of using large woven bags rather than boxes, especially where, as here, each bag sits in an individual compartment. The look is softer and less structured than boxes and would be ideal for storing shoes, scarves, bags, or pretty much anything that fits in a shopping tote.If you were going to do this, I’d advise buying the bags first to ensure they are the right size for your needs. Then create the shelving to fit the bags, as it would be easier than the other way round. You could add some boxes higher up if necessary for things that require a sturdier surround.

    Laura Wheat added this to 10 Holiday Buys to Bag on Your Travels24 June 2016

    Bring home a basketA true addict understands that their inherent usefulness ensures you can never have too many baskets. Soft styles such as these jute numbers pack flat for travel and can be bought for a lot less abroad, even with a less-than-favourable exchange rate.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    natalieoostenbrug added this to natalieoostenbrug's ideas19 November 2019

    Nice alternative to plastic bins, but harder to clean?

    thrailkillrl added this to PC14 April 2019

    Use of mirrors for light and visibility; storage; simple work area

    liasuz added this to Closets22 March 2019

    Clothing storage baskets to shelving in an office

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