Inspiration for a contemporary home office and library in London with white walls, carpet, a built-in desk and beige floors.

Putney, Loft ConversionContemporary Home Office & Library, London

Inspiration for a contemporary home office and library in London with white walls, carpet, a built-in desk and beige floors. —  Houzz
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stoneb wrote:18 Nov 2013
  • Jennee Wallis

    Bill Beaumont has a similar fabric called Sunset.

  • Jennee Wallis

    Bill Beumont does a similar fabric called sunset

lucysmouha wrote:1 Dec 2013
W Doyle wrote:23 May 2016
  • Sarah Wood

    Shame no response to query re desk top, light and chair. I too would like to know where to get them. Many thanks

southfields73 wrote:25 Dec 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Julie Butterworth added this to Easy Ways to Make (and Keep) Your Home Ready for Potential Buyers4 Apr 2018

    Work a home officeProving your property is suitable for home working should involve more than putting a laptop on a shelf and sticking a stool underneath. If you have a study space that works, then show it off. Clear out the clutter and move everything that doesn’t signify it’s an office to another room or storage area. If you’ve put in electrical sockets and charging ports, make that obvious by clearing the area around them. Similarly, show there’s a natural light source, good provision for shade, and task lighting, as well as adequate storage and desk space. If you don’t have a home office, could you create one in the corner of a room or on a landing? Home working is becoming increasingly common and could well be an important consideration for anyone who views your property.

    Victoria Harrison added this to How to Disguise Radiators22 Mar 2017

    Tuck it under a deskPutting a bulky desk in front of the window in this small home-office would have boxed in the radiator and taken up too much space. This bespoke corner desk is a really neat solution, as it skims over the top of the radiator and neatly encloses it, without blocking it entirely. As a result, the warmth can freely circulate, no valuable space is wasted between the desk and the window and the radiator becomes one small element of the room, rather than dominating its design.

    Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Clever Tips to Steal From These Organised Offices6 Sep 2016

    Work the deskTry to keep as little as possible on your desk, so you can work on it rather than use it as a surface to store office supplies! Having a clear space allows you to spread out for any reading, writing or research you may be doing. It’s also important ergonomically, as your elbow should be able to rest on the desk with your arm out straight to the computer so as to reduce the chance of repetitive strain injury. If you have to use the desktop as storage for stationery, box files or in and out trays, then keep everything to one side or in the corner. Think of a semi-circle when you’re placing items on the desk: those closest to you are the ones you need most often. Keep the things you use less often further out. For these, think out and up: use the outer extremities of the desk, the shelves up above, and cabinets to the right and left, rather than the desk surface itself.

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