A Minimalist Desk from your Dream
Minimalist desk is the one we need today to get rid of distractions and have the working space clean and still interesting. Working home offices that I will share today are top favourites on Pinterest and Houzz, so I suppose you will love them as well. Share if you like, so that I will understand that you would like to get such selection.
The first office with minimalist desk is design by Bruce Bierman. His design company specializes in residential and commercial design. Bruce combines practical knowledge with a refined aesthetic, which has become the hallmark of his work. The white office is the part of Fire Island Residense – Long Island. Many visitors were asking about the sign. The “No wake area” is vintage finding, so if you want similar art, then you should do it yourself. Designers see vintage items as a unique accent, instead of a rubbish. This design is a beautiful example of ideal creativity in the modern simple office. As for the stool it was custom made by JM Upholstery, a family run business.
The number one desk is under a staircase working space. 37000 people added it to their ideabooks. Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects can be proud of the minimalist desk creation. The company values an eclectic yet rigorous approach. Services range from new homes to renovations, as well as landscape design. Location of the project is Palma Plaza. The desk is made of walnut. The walls are the original wood planks that were part of the old house. Pine. No finish. Left natural. They are known as “Shiplap ” siding.
Office is located in Pacific Palisades, Hong Kong, and designed by S.I.D. Ltd from China. It is providing personalized services and creating the best of interior space with aesthetic and effective design solutions. S.I.D. Ltd. is committed to provide innovative functional design with reasonable renovation charges and qualified project end-result. The hanging shelves were tailor-made by the company itself.
This modern office is in UK. The design was created by Moon Design + Build from Bristol. They design and build new homes, refurbishments, extensions and commercial projects. The sleek and modern chair is designed by Robin Day. Contemporary pendant light is from Danish Design Le Klint.