Quimby Mid-CenturyMidcentury Home Office, Portland

Mid-Century update to a home located in NW Portland. The project included a new kitchen with skylights, multi-slide wall doors on both sides of the home, kitchen gathering desk, children's playroom, and opening up living room and dining room ceiling to dramatic vaulted ceilings. The project team included Risa Boyer Architecture. Photos: Josh Partee

This is an example of a small midcentury home office in Portland with white walls, light hardwood floors, no fireplace, a built-in desk and beige floor. —  Houzz
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Becky Harris added this to 5 Questions to Ask Before Committing to an Open Floor Plan31 March 2019

3. Do I need a quiet place to work?One of the biggest benefits of an open floor plan is that it incorporates multi-functional spaces more efficiently than other kinds of layouts can. But it’s important to think about how these spaces will function for different uses every day. A home office nook is a great thing, but if there is too much noise from other conversations, the TV and video games or children playing, it can be too loud to make important phone calls and concentrate on work. This also applies to kids trying to do their homework.

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Manuela Dietzen added this to Meine Ideen8 November 2021

Netter integrierter Arbeitsplatz

Katie McCartan added this to 75th office19 October 2021

built in desk and bench seat in front of large window

joy osborne added this to Emporia office16 October 2021

Love the super comfy looking window daybed and the mixed materials contrast with the desk

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