North Kent ShowhomeContemporary Home Office & Library, Kent
Ryan Wicks Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Work a heavy-duty desk For a chunky hit of industrial flavour, upsize your office desk. This commanding metal number packs a hefty storage punch thanks to all those drawers. Search reclamation sites and junk shops for solid office desks.A geometry-inspired feature wall and black metal shelving ground the scheme and stop the robust desk from looking too heavy in contrast. Instead of chalkboard wallpaper like this, you could try blackboard paint for a similar but more personal feel.
Put the writing on the wallIf you’re not facing a window, why face a blank wall when you can turn it into a canvas to jot down ideas on? Making use of an empty wall as a blackboard is both inspired and inspiring, especially if your work generates an abundance of thoughts that you need to visualise – not to mention the way it makes an office look extra scholarly. And if you don’t want to go dark, you can also get clever whiteboard paint that does the same job but, well, in white.Tour a gorgeous London flat full of bright ideas, crafty touches – and some clever use of blackboard paint
What Houzzers are commenting on:
D: study wallpaper, desk, shelving unit. M: I don't like this desk at all, feels way too heavyweight. Study wallpaper could be kind of cool. Thought, instead of a wallpaper with a chalkboard aesthetic - I could consider a whiteboard wall in the study. I use whiteboards a lot when thinking, I like them, they're definitely "me".