Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:27:52 PM
Color matching often proves to be the most straightforward way to incorporate artwork into the home. This space benefits from neutral basics, with the colorful accents easy to change out in case the artwork changes. Here a mixed-media canvas plays into the structural interior features, like the transition between darker and lighter wood between the living room and kitchen. Gray highlights draw attention to the textured wall and deconstructed forms contrast against the straight lines of the furniture.
A redundant space on a landing, under the stairs or at the end of a long hallway can accommodate a desk that is used for short periods. Alternatively, stash office essentials in a purpose-built cupboard, complete with a desk and integrated task lighting. Then, at the end of the day, it can be shut away out of sight. If you work full time at home, its best to devote an entire space to the cause, as a cramped work area can be counterproductive. Consider converting a bedroom or the attic, both of which should be far enough from the hub of the house to be a quiet working environment.
This Image As well as using them for decoration, turn the walls of your office into a practical feature. Cover the wall so that it becomes a practical surface – cork tiles, magnetic paint or blackboard paint are all good options. You need to create a free area on at least one wall – the scale will depend on how much space you have, from a totally bare wall to a smaller section above a desk or shelving unit.
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