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sneak peek best of: offices (part one)

by Grace Bonney

now that the holiday weekend is over, ac and i are back to working on converting our book/music storage room in the house to a joint office where we can both work on our respective d*s jobs. it’s been hard to re-imagine a small space turning into something we can both comfortably work in, but going through the offices in our archived sneak peeks has been a big help. from big to small, studio to home office, the homes of the artists and readers we’ve featured over the years are packed with great ideas. so many that i’ve had to break this “best of” roundup into two parts. today will highlight 25 of my favorite offices, and the next part will highlight 25 more. enjoy!

[image above: the amazing conference table in studio olivine’s office]

[image above: olga naiman’s colorful home office]

[image above: morgan satterfield’s home office]

[images above: a colorful entrance and studio for shay ometz]

[image above: the elegant, feminine home office of samantha reitmayer of style/swoon]

CLICK HERE for 20 more beautiful offices after the jump!

[image above: another peek (from further back) at the home office of samantha reitmayer of style/swoon

[image above: i love the poster above raina kattelson’s hudson valley desk]

[image above: these cute little cork circles above summer’s home office desk are such a clever idea]

[image above: trine from ferm living uses her company’s pretty peacock wallpaper in her home office]

[images above: i can only dream of having a home office as stylish as juliet’s from poppies and posies]

[image above: melissa mcclure’s dark room-turned office space in LA]

[images above: the seriously awesome office of wonderfactory]

[image above: artist wayne pate’s home office]

[image above: photographer nicole hill gerulat’s home office]

[image above: this cozy home office belongs to susanna from paper scissors oranges]

[image above: i love the red accent colors in rion nakaya’s office]

[image above: i’d be happy to work at barbara rourke’s cool green desk]

[image above: michelle adams‘ chic- and compact- home office]

[image above: chris from the mountain label‘s sunny california home office]

[image above: the clear desk in alan of night owl paper goods’ office is a great way to add a functional work space to a room without adding too much visual weight.]

[images above: yves of “i love deer” has an open, air work space in his home in belgium]

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