These clients are computer programmers who work from home 2-3 days a week. Ample surface space allowing for multiple screen monitors was a must in their home office. Access to outlets for monitors, printers, as well as laptops was needed. A new “whiteboard” was requested and the clear glass was desired. There also needed to be a space for their young son to sit and do “homework” and play while they worked in the evening. All of this needed to be achieved in a very white and grey color palette to match the rest of the makeovers the designer did for them. Sleek, contemporary, highly functional, while allowing space to show off pretty accessories and photos were on the wish list as well. A sitting area was also requested. This office is visible partially from the downstairs living area. A custom closet system was used for the built-in work desks and shelving. White on all the built-ins including the surface fit the bill. Even the desk chairs were requested to be white. A low weave grey geometric rug defined and warmed the space. Very light grey vinyl wallpaper was installed on the walls to add color, protection, and save the client from having to repaint the partially open space into the adjacent hallway. A clear glass write on board, extra-large, was installed, perfect for drawing programming schematics! The desktop/countertop was extended the length of the room to allow not only his and her areas but also an area for the young son. A small seating area with two grey flannel retro-styled chairs and a small accent table was just the right touch for taking a break or doing homework with their son. White shades dress the windows, white and silver accents give her the “pretty” she wanted!