Creative take-aways for your home office
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Home Turf1 of 8
By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
As the line between work and home continues to blur, so to is the line between the home office and the rest of your living space. See how these seven professionals creatively decorate for both work and play.
Writer's Nook2 of 8
To keep his words and characters flowing, fiction writer Matthew Allard escapes to his dedicated work alcove—at home. Surrounded by bright light and only his favorites collectibles, he's able to be inspired and remain focused while working for hours on end.
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Art Imitates Life3 of 8
Kate Arends, a graphic designer and blogger, documents her many fashion and interior finds on her popular site, Wit & Delight. Similar to her online space, Arends’ home is a mix of quirky and classic pieces, as well as her various DIY projects.
ON REMODELISTA: A Couple in Love Shows Off Their Home in the City of Light
LA Confidential4 of 8
Describing the intimate work studio he shares with his wife in their mid century home, furniture and lighting designer Brendan Ravenhill says it is "a calming space to create." The studio is only filled with the essentials: comfortable furniture, vintage lamps and industrial work pieces. The sunny Los Angeles location and large windows provide bright light during the day and epic evening views—a source for daily inspiration.
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Bohemian Rhapsody5 of 8
Clothing designer Lorrain Kirke has a talent for mixing unusual patterns and vintage fabrics to create one-of-a-kind clothes. Her home is no different, filled with flea market finds, rare vintage pieces and a multitude of layers.
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Flower Power6 of 8
A thriving Brooklyn floral designer and stylist needs space to arrange beautiful bouquets. Amy Merrick's prewar studio, photographed by Jennifer Causey, has open shelving for easy access to trims and accessories and large tables for making bouquets and teaching the art of floral design. The rustic design feels more French country than "office space."
ON GARDENISTA: A Floral Haven in Brooklyn
Open Concept7 of 8
From scouring farmers' markets to creating new recipes for her blog Weelicious, Catherine McCord's base for of all her endeavors is her kitchen. Armed with expansive countertops and bright light, the classic kitchen design echoes her love of simple ingredients and fresh, healthy recipes.
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Paint by Windows8 of 8
A painting studio takes advantage of a corner room in a home. The large windows allow natural light to flood in from all sides, while shelves, strategically placed within arm's reach, keep painting tools accessible.
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