This computer desk is smartly angled so that direct sunlight doesn't always stream directly onto the work station. (The glare factor is something to consider when positioning your home office essentials.)
Here again, a gorgeously sunny office requires a glare contingency plan. If your desk is near a full-length window, consider light-blocking shades or curtains to make the space usable even during the brightest hours.
A room the size of a walk-in closet with awkward angles serves can serve as an office that's anything but all work and no play. Large prints can make a room look bigger, so let lively green wallpaper climb the walls and ceiling. Rather than fight the roofline angle, border them with green grosgrain ribbon, which also hides the paper's seams. Rounding out the irregular room is a vintage chair paired with a newer desk of mid-century design. The vintage elephant stool fits the quirky space perfectly.
Keeping the walls and furniture of your home office white helps contain whatever natural light does stream in. Poppy prints help brighten things up on cloudier days.
White wall paint with a touch of yellow undertone warms this teensy work space. All-ivory furniture plays up the bright motif.
Designer Kyle Schuneman sits in his masculine and industrial home office, filled with vintage finds li
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