To create a space that serves multiple purposes while keeping design cohesive and attractive is quite a challenge, yet Fluff Interior Design of Omaha, Nebr., did exactly that in this office/music/living room.
This room needed to function as a practice room for piano and guitar lessons, an office for Dad and a place for the family to relax and read away from the TV. Squeezing all of these requirements into a 200-square-foot space was a tall order … but we’re happy to say that the request has been met! See all of the product picks on Fluff’s Styleboard here.
Dad’s desk is tucked in the recessed front window, allowing the homeowner lots of natural light and a great view while also taking advantage of the few extra inches that would normally be unused dead space.
A pair of extra-long, custom floating shelves were installed above the sofa to take advantage of the vaulted portion of the ceiling. By filling the shelves with family photos, musical sculptures, vintage cameras and organic accessories, these shelves give us a glimpse into the homeowner’s interests as well as creating a unique focal point in the room.
The piano is positioned opposite the desk to balance the room by using the large wood pieces as “bookends” to the furniture arrangement. The result is a space that is fully functional, personal, and beautiful!
— Lorrie Williams, interior designer, president of Fluff Interior Design, and guest stylist