Wandsworth CommonContemporary Home Office, London

A beautiful home office for two. Ebony veneer desks with glass on top to protect them, limestone bespoke cabinetry and hot orange leather Eames style chairs make this an office you'll definitely enjoy working in.

This is an example of a contemporary study in London with no fireplace, a built-in desk and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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The office opens off the kitchen next to the front door. It’s fitted with sliding glass doors, and a commercial-grade network – also housed in the AV room in the basement – makes working from home seamless. ‘If you’re sitting in the office, you can see the garden whether the doors are open or closed,’ says Lander. ‘You can be part of the ground floor when they’re open, but if you need to take calls, you can just pull them across.’ All the office furniture was built bespoke and includes desktops and shelves in ebony. The chairs continue the orange theme.Eames EA 208 chairs, available from The Conran Shop.Get ideas for creating the perfect office space

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my office is gonna be like this

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Kitchen platform can be used for study room

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Open shelf apparently cut into cupboards

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