Inspired by the craft of building and architecture
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Edgy Office Space
So it may be geared toward a kids play/study area but I like the way it lays out and feels for an office space. Why not? You've got to have a little fun which they did here, but they've also taken advantage of a smaller work area. I like the idea of going with a pure white on both the walls and built-in cabinets as well as a lighter tone to the floors. It just helps make the overall space feel larger or more open. They also hit it with some color and crazy accents. A cool green chair and the badass skull and crossbones. The skull and crossbones is actually a wall decal/oversized sticker. A quick, easy way to give a space some character.
Grab yourself a little coffee in this sweet mug and you're all set to start the day in your home office.
Check it out over at Fred Flare. I'm guest blogging over there today.
I'm a 3rd generation home builder and remodeler in Birmingham, Michigan. I have a passion for the way things were back when we started Capaldi Building in 1945. Back when homes were literally built from scratch and guys ate homemade sandwiches out of tin lunch pails. The art and craft of building is something that inspires me every day. I hope that this blog inspires more people to take pride in the space they call home.
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