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I love this work space provided by guest blogger Shelly! The color combination is one of my favorites.

SOURCE: HORCHOW

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Even a compact office space can have a high-end designer look, just as this space does.   I love the parson style desk extending out from the bookcase unit creating a work space that is efficient and functional while still maintaining a lot of style.

With so many home offices being designed around a white color theme, the grey is so refreshing.  Carrying the grey color from the desk unit onto the wall makes the space appear larger.

 Little touches like the black arm-chair and white fretwork desk chair makes the space feel less like an office and more like a beautiful meeting space where work just happens to take place.

This is definitely a color palette and layout I’d love for a home office!

Get The Look:

Besta Shelf Unit–Ikea $150.00

Besta Desk–Ikea $99.00

White Garden Stool–Ballard–$139.00

Chinese Chippendale Chair–Wisteria $419.00

Black Louis Square Back Arm Chair–Ballard Design–$489.00

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  1. Hi Karen,
    Thanks for reblogging my Room of the Week post. I just wanted to let you know that I did not design this space. The original photo source for this photo is Horchow. The link is provided under the photo in my post. I’m very careful about linking all my photos back to their original source and just don’t want anyone to think I am taking credit for this design.
    Shelly@ConfettiStyle

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