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Putney, Loft Conversion Contemporary 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:
Where could I source this fabric or something similar? Whoes design?
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Jennee Wallis

Bill Beaumont has a similar fabric called Sunset.

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Jennee Wallis

Bill Beumont does a similar fabric called sunset

lucysmouha wrote:
Roman Blind Fabric - Can you let me know what it is? Thanks!
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is this harlquin zeal fabric or another brand? please let me know! :)

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If it is a harlequin design try contacting standfast factory shop in Lancaster to see if they have it in stock, they will post it to you. They print lots of amazing designer fabrics, it's a treasure trove!
W Doyle wrote:
Desk top? - What material is the desk top please? And where are the legs from? Thank you!
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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:
Room - What are the dimensions if this room?
Mac interiors wrote:
The chair - Love the chair and light, could you tell me where to get them?
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Lucy Meek added this to How to Work Your Study Space For Great Results
Pack in plenty of storageThe smaller the space, the more it’s essential to squeeze in a good slice of storage. Here, deep, boxy open shelves run right to the ceiling and keep books and files contained and to hand at the same time. A full-height cupboard, meanwhile, keeps other essentials tidily out of sight.
Rachel Ogden added this to 10 Tricks for Making the Most of a Compact Home Office
Drench in daylightA loft conversion makes a great space for a made-to-measure desk area. If there’s room, extend it beyond one side of the room and include some shelving. No matter what your view, it’s always best to have your desk facing a window for maximum light. If there’s a lack of natural light, consider installing sun tunnels or roof windows.
Rachel Christie added this to Sure-fire Ways to Get a Good Night’s Sleep
Switch offClear your desk of files and paperwork and turn off your computer, completely, to feel far more at peace when you slip into bed – especially if your desk is in your bedroom. Clearing surfaces is especially therapeutic.
Cathy Rebecca added this to Decorating: 8 Interesting Ways to Go Bespoke
Enjoy your workspaceDesign your desk area so it works for you. The table top can be narrower than standard if space is tight, and your bespoke desk can be specially designed to store your particular equipment and hide any cables you might use. Even the simplest of desks can be beautiful, and if it’s situated in a reception room, it could double up as a display area for art or as a sideboard when you entertain.Discuss your ideas with a carpenter, who will make and fit your desk using the materials you specify. The procedure for working with a craftsperson is to discuss the design you want in detail. For a fee they will then go away and produce a design. Only once the design is agreed upon will a quote be given. Once accepted, the construction can begin. Who to approachCarpenters, furniture makers, interior designers.
Sara Emslie added this to Small Space Living: 8 Ways to Dress Windows in Small Rooms
Create the illusion of space with horizontal stripesMake use of the patterns and designs of fabrics to their best effect to maximise the feeling of space. A bold lateral stripe will give the illusion a room is wider than it is, and so is perfect for a narrow corridor or compact office space. Painterly stripes and ombre effects are a real trend at the moment and are ideal for creating a softer mood in a room.Get expert advice on choosing window treatments for the whole house
Victoria Harrison added this to How to Disguise Radiators
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.

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