Ben, London E11
Ben wanted to create a home office within his living room without dominating the space, cutting off the room or stopping the light coming in from the large doors to the garden. Lozi created this neat and airy room divider that doubles as a workstation and a bookshelf from two L shaped storage systems. A compact desk peaks out form the wall on the right hand side whilst a large cupboard not he left allows Ben to storage files and computer equipment without it being on display. The symmetrical open plan birch plywood bookshelves clear divide the room without blocking the view and the light from the garden. They have been painted white to allow more light to pass and bespoke plywood boxes finish the space.
- Included: Two birch plywood with oak veneer storage systems to slot into the alcoves - one with a double cupboard, the other with a desk, two birch veneer open bookshelves [painted white with bespoke plywood boxes, designs, manufacturing, delivery and installation.
- Not Included: Removal of previous storage system, painting the desk wall grey, desk chair.
For home office storage systems in this style, with open shelving built with oak dowels and finished with a combination of oak veneer and paint, a built in desk, oak veneered lower cupboards and several birch plywood boxes.
The home office storage project shown is a medium size.
(Space from 4sqm)
(Space from 9sqm)
(Space from 14sqm)
Price will vary depending on the size of the kitchen, complexity of the design and your choice of materials and finishes.
3D Design File
How to order:
A summary of our order process can be seen in the graph below. A detailed breakdown of each step can be found on the Design Process page of our website. After you have agreed a quote, we will supply you with a 3D computer assisted drawing of our design to help you visualise the final outcome.
Currently each of our bespoke projects are entirely custom designs. We therefore can only offer guide prices per project on our website. Pricing for your bespoke project will depend on the size of your space, the complexity of the project and the finishes and materials used.