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The second-floor office of designer Kevin Rein

Ideas for small spaces: Gray walls + simple furniture: Ralph Lauren ‘Grange Hall’er’s Ohio farmhouse, painted Grange Hall by Ralph Lauren. When painting small homes and spaces, Reiner advises using restraint: “I use no less than three and no more than five paint colors in similar tones throughout the house to create a flow.”

Photo by Don Freeman, Country Living.

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In her newly-built Hamptons ‘barn,’ Ina Garten turned an alcove outside her bedroom into a small office. Walls are painted Farrow & Ball’s White Tie. The antique desk is from Bloom, in Sag Harbor, and the photo of Luxembourg Gardens is by Jean-Michel Berts.

Photo by Simon Upton, House Beautiful.

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Ideas for small spaces: Vintage apothecary cabinet for storage, from Elle Decor

The home office of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex’s rural Connecticut home. They designed the desk; a vintage apothecary cabinet serves as a storage unit; factory lights are from Privet House. Displayed throughout are paintings by Truex, vintage commercial art, and sample footwear from the Lambertson Truex men’s collection.

Photo by Pieter Estersohn, Elle Decor, October 2008

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photo: Skinny Laminx

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photo: Summer Thornton

photo: Pierce Allen

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Modern red library: Le Corbusier cowhide chaise + built-in bookshelves

Cowhide chaise by Le Corbusier. Eames office chair by Herman Miller. San Francisco residence designed by Peter Pawlak; photo from www.peterpawlak.com.

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Bright, modern office: Orange paint + chocolate-brown accents

Can’t commit to a bright orange box? Try painting one wall a paler tone and keeping the others neutral. Add dark wood furniture and chocolate-brown accessories for sophisticated contrast. Or go the opposite route — bright white and pops of turquoise would look great in this space, too.

gray-and-orange

Gray paint + orange accents + playful details

Blogged about at roomlust.blogspot.com.

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When planning for a comfortable detached home office, allow adequate room for a desk with rolling chair, office equipment such as a printer, fax and phone, and storage along with any other items necessary for your office to function properly. Also consider taking advantage of common shed space-saving ideas such as loft storage and built-in cabinets and shelves. Plan electrical, phone and internet outlet locations to complement the space plan. Another important item to allow for is ample daylight; installing French doors and windows on at least two walls can make a small office feel more open and spacious. Heating and cooling requirements vary based on local climate, but a space heater or wall AC unit may be all that is needed if floors, walls and ceilings of the outbuilding are fully insulated. Finish the space off with pleasant interior materials, colors, and furnishings rather than standard institutional finishes and you will have a functional and satisfying home office. Couple this with some good backyard gardening skills, and your twenty-second morning commute can become the most anticipated part of your day. (via)

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