Period StudyTraditional Home Office

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Design ideas for a medium sized classic study in Other with grey walls, a standard fireplace and a freestanding desk. —  Houzz
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lynnriddell wrote:21 May 2015
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    24mm Photography
    5 years ago

    It's carpet in here.

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    First Floors
    5 years ago
    This is carpet - but if you want a high gloss go for a laminate

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Sarah Alcroft added this to Exploring Architecture: Discover the Secrets of Edwardian Homes14 January 2015

Edwardian homes todayMany people renovating Edwardian homes today take full advantage of the style’s penchant for light, airy spaces, and will often enhance this aspect of the building by adding skylights, additional windows or open extensions. The ground floors of Edwardian homes lend themselves well to vaulted roofs, because of ‘the impressive high ceilings’, says Michael Parinchy. ‘Because they usually have much steeper pitches to their roofs, they also lend themselves well to loft conversions.’ The Edwardians left a strong legacy: their desire to have brighter and airier spaces without losing distinctive details is a trait that has carried through to contemporary design. TELL US…Do you live in an Edwardian home? What are your favourite features? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

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Hannah West Interiors added this to Study/Home office ideas24 November 2020

A good example of a room that can be used for an office and also easily changed into a spare room.

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