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Number 16- Study NookContemporary Home Office

The black study nook, over flowing with indoor plants.

Design ideas for a small contemporary home office in Other with black walls and a built-in desk. —  Houzz
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webuser_293752956webuser_293752956 wrote:20July,2020
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    Jess Hunter Interior Design
    2 years ago

    It is beautiful isn't it.

    This is actually a pre finished interior lining/ paneling. The company I used is called Glosswood. Hope that helps.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Prune and Propagate My Indoor Plants?18 November 2020

What happens if I skip it?Not pruning indoor plants isn’t the end of the world. Remember, no one is out in the rainforest keeping those plants nice and pruned. The biggest impact pruning will have on your plants is that it will encourage new growth and help to create a fuller, leafier look.If you don’t prune away dead leaves or flowers, they can drop into the pot and attract pests and disease, so pruning spent flowers and foliage will keep your plants looking happy and healthy.

Georgia Madden added this to 11 Brilliant Built-In Joinery Ideas for Small Homes & Apartments26 May 2020

11. Maximise wallsWall space can be your best friend in a compact home office. A floating desk, cupboards and shelving provide plenty of practical work and storage space, while specifying matt-black finishes makes them visually recede into the background while adding a sophisticated feel. Your turnWhich of these 11 built-in joinery ideas is your favourite? Tell us in the Comments below, like this story, save the images for inspiration, and join the conversation.MoreWant more small-home ideas? Check out 24 Big Ideas for Compact Homes

Georgia Madden added this to My Houzz: A Georgian-Meets-Modern Home for a Family of Six14 May 2020

Hunter added interest to her home office and main bedroom by lining the walls with matt-black Glosswood pre-coated cladding.

Georgia Madden added this to 5 Pesky Problems Around the House and How to Fix Them6 May 2020

5. Cracks in WallsRussell Hampton, a qualified tradesperson and a Hire a Hubby franchisee in Bayview, Queensland, says: With all the temperature extremes this year, many homeowners are seeing cracks in their interior walls. If it’s just a hairline crack caused by movement or a door repeatedly slamming, a competent DIY-er may be able to fix it. But if you suspect the crack is caused by a bigger issue, such as foundational failure or structural problems, you will need to call in a professional.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Peter Bui added this to Study23 July 2022

small. matte black is professional and clean, softened with plants. interest and design with wood slats

Alana added this to Study nook5 July 2022

REally like the mix of overhead cupboards, limited shelving, and single drawer floating desk

Alana added this to Theatre / Rumpus room15 June 2022

Love the overall set up - combo of single drawer below bench, simple decorative shelf, storage cupboards above. The greenery :)

Catherine Barbera added this to Office25 May 2022

black and white, natural wood and PLANTS

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