Apr 21, 2009

The Un-Office Office Space


The Los Angeles Times recently featured an article on (home) offices titled "The Un-Office Office." Isn't it true that many of our work spaces are part of our homes and hence, they become an extension of a living room, a dining room, a bedroom, maybe even a closet. Here are some work spaces that I think demonstrate the "un-office" office:









12 comments:

LindsB said...

I love the second to last picture, the chair, the color, the shelves....swoon, I love it all!

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organizedbydesign said...

Love this post! Such inspiring photos. Who said home offices have to be boring, or purely functional?

Paloma {La Dolce Vita} said...

These images are fabulous! I have many of them saved on my computer, too. Great post and great trend!

MyLittleHappyPlace said...

Oh, how I want an "un-office" Office!

Sarah Branum said...

I love this post. Great ideas for home offices.

deirdre krotz said...

I love the contrast between the walls and the shelves.

Rebecca Nabors said...

Brilliant, I am adopting this phrase "the unoffice office" in my vocabulary. I love that work can be a part of the home, not stick out like an eyesore. --Rebecca

Bromeliad said...

You've inspired me to clean up my work cube.

mvastudios said...

I love the selection of un-offices that you've showcased!

mvastudios said...

I love the selection of un-offices that you've showcased!

Tobi Fairley said...

Thanks for including the "un-office" that I designed for a mediterranean retreat for one of my favorite clients with the pale blue walls and gold leaf detailing! It and all the other photos are fabulous! Love this post!