Going Dark in the Home Office

Going Dark in the Home Office

Sonia Zjawinski
Jul 6, 2010

Most days we're all about brightening up your tech centric rooms, but there's something to be said about using a rich and dark color to contrast the bright glow coming from your computer monitor.

This space, found over at Design*Sponge, is where LA-based jewelry maker Melissa McClure does her work.

The deep gray matched with the light wood hues from the drafting chair and corkboard give this space a refined look. While dark rooms can get depressing, there's something about this color tone that makes the space feel cozy -- a space you'd want to curl up on a overstuffed chair, a good read, and a roaring fire. Maybe that's where Melissa transports herself to when she's working long hours on her jewelry line.

Images: Melissa McClure

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