Home Office TipsWorking from home may be a chore—but your work space can be all about fun.
1. Set the Mood
Bring in great tunes and show off the cases in a desk set from Stanley Korshak.
2. The Great Outdoors
Windows are a must. And if you really want to get in touch with nature, designer John Phifer Marrs suggests getting a desk with wheels—so you can roll it outside on nice days.
3. Hide and Seek
Stash your clutter in a trunk armoire like this one from Horchow.
4. Vamp Your Lamp
No-brainer: you need warm light to work. No reason you can’t have fun lamps, though, like this one from stelladallas.
5. Orient Express
Allen Kirsch suggests bringing in a Chinese rice bin for audio/visual equipment. Find one at Jaya.
Home Accessory IdeasYou know the adage: little things mean a lot. Here’s the skinny on must-have accessories.
Dallas Designers Share Their Signature TouchesAdopt one (or more) of these signature pieces and make them your own.
Single seat cushions
Eric Prokesh says it looks cleaner.
Etched mirror inserts
Kathy Adcock-Smith uses them
in cabinet doors to reflect light into dark areas.
A great antique
Richard Trimble uses one in almost every project—no matter the style.
Hot ChairsBring drama to a room fast by adding one of these gorgeous chairs.
Fine Art: Where To Buy ItAll of our designers agree: If you can afford one indulgence, it should be original art.
1626 HiLine, Ste. C
Dunn and Brown
5020 Tracy St.
1011 Dragon St.
1411 Dragon St.
2613 Fairmount St.
Photographs Do Not Bend
3115 Routh St.
2135 Farrington St.
2909 Canton St., Ste. B