Rooms in today’s homes need to function in multiple ways. This hard-working Family Study—vital for office work, school projects, playtime, and down-time—features beautiful and eclectic furnishings that support these activities with style and comfort.
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Against the wood and metallic backgrounds, reds and oranges in the soft furnishings and artwork make the space inviting. Arhaus furniture with an industrial vibe and relic-like pieces are hard wearing and family-friendly. A large-scale clock handmade by The Finisher’s Touch emphasizes the wooden textures and industrial and rustic aspects of the room. At one end, a glass-topped desk with an interesting base opens up the space to show the colorful rug and seating. The “relic” looks like a small chest when closed, but is actually a desk and chair when opened.
Credits: Accessories, Furniture, Lamps/Specialty Lighting, Window Treatment: Arhaus. Artwork: Prairiebrooke. Clock: The Finisher’s Touch.