From home offices to commercial spaces, we offer solutions to help you create a space that inspires you and your best ideas. Here are our top 8 Cantoni-designed workspaces that are as serious about productivity as they are about style.
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1. A Sophisticated Law Firm
Award-winning law firm Varghese Summersett PLLC, which represents those charged with the most serious of criminal offenses, is unlike any other in its modern, fresh approach. So, when Cantoni Dallas designer, Nicole George was tasked with transforming their offices into a sophisticated space reflective of their boutique services and style, it seemed only fitting to design the offices with unique, personalized pieces. The conference room set the tone with a calming neutral palette and impressive, one-of-a-kind Acacia wood table with natural irregular edges from our Vintage Tabletop Collection.
2. A Young Bachelor’s Costa Mesa Home Office
When a young successful bachelor purchased his first industrial four-story townhome in a young, eclectic and fun community, in Costa Mesa, he turned to Cantoni designer Bonnie Sly to help him cultivate a smart minimalistic mix reflective of his work-hard-play-hard mentality. In his first-floor office, she answered his need for both form and function with versatile clean-lined pieces. She brought in items from our Sequel office collection and added color with our ergonomic Mercury high-back executive chair and low-back chairs, which she placed across his desk to serve as an inviting place for clients to sit.
3. A Sleek Elegant Office Tower in Dallas
The culture at 3811 Turtle Creek – a 300,000-square-foot, 21-story commercial building in the heart of Dallas– is innovative and fun. From the sprawling outdoor patio to the polished common areas, it’s tough for us to pick just one standout space, but the tenant lounge, complete with a gridded wood ceiling and silver-tile mosaic bar might just be our favorite. Cantoni Dallas designer, Josh Delafuente incorporated soft tones, warm materials, and varying textiles, which tempered the glamour of the lounge while also helping to create a comfortable yet fun environment for the people who work in the building to escape their desks and relax.
4. A Luxurious Las Vegas Home Office
For some, the key to a productive workflow is a relaxing environment with a soothing color palette and minimal décor. For others, it’s a bold hide rug. While Donna Curry– a highly successful businesswoman in Las Vegas–wanted her home office to exude luxury and sophistication, she also wanted it to reflect her playful personality. Cantoni Orange County designer, Terri Mechanic created the perfect balance by combining a dark neutral palette with luxe lacquer finishes, bold patterns, and alluring art photography of Marilyn Monroe.
5. A Light-Filled Houston Home Office
To create a highly functional office space that doesn’t sacrifice style, Cantoni designer George Saba brought in our modern X 19 desks, complete with wire management and a sleek modesty panel. A matching return acts as a buffer as well as stylish storage. We especially love the floor-to-ceiling windows, which bring in a plethora of natural light and sunshine. Speaking of sunshine, the bright yellow Darius armchair adds the perfect pop of color, plus a nice place to kick up your feet after a long day.
6. United Texas Bank HQ
Dallas entrepreneur and developer Jeffrey Beck is known for innovative ideas and cutting-edge projects through his businesses — Beck Ventures, United Texas Bank and Quantum Holdings — which he oversees alongside his sons, Scott and Jarrod. So, when it came time to design the company headquarters for United Texas Bank, he wanted the interiors to be everything but basic. “Jeffrey wanted to reflect progressiveness and innovation while still conveying the company’s reputation as a trustworthy institution with the longtime business commitment his clients have known for years,” says Cantoni designer Nicole George. To create a modern space that was simultaneously professional and comfortable, Nicole melded neutral classic modern furnishings with vibrant abstract art and lighting. She created dynamic, inviting spaces with timeless and simplistic museum-quality design that invites clients to sit and relax.
7. A Dallas Home Office Fit for Two
When it comes to designing a home office for two, it’s important to consider both person’s wants and needs. When Cantoni’s Dallas Design Team was tasked with designing a power couple’s home office, their main priority was creating a layout that would offer each his and her own personal workspace. With one desk up against the wall, they took advantage of the open real estate by floating a statement desk in the center of the room. The orange desk chairs add a playful punch to the overall neutral palette while the light fixture above offers a chic alternative to task lighting, plus helps to anchor the desk.
8. A California Home Office with a View
In this bright and colorful California office, it’s hard not to get distracted by the long stretch of salty blue ocean just outside its big glass windows. So, when Cantoni designer, Sarah Buehlman took over the space, she wanted to create a comfortable yet functional layout that would allow her client to get the best of both worlds. First order of business: A practical desk packed with functionality. Sarah combined our Derby desk with its matching return, which both offer ample working surface, wire management, and storage space. Across from the workhorse, she placed a compact sofa, which serves in more ways than one as a relaxing place for her client to enjoy that beautiful ocean view as well as an inviting place for guests or family to sit and chat.
Whether you’re in need of a major office makeover or simply looking for a few pieces to update your workspace, we have the ideas, expertise, and solutions to help create a space that inspires you and your best ideas. Shop our modern office furniture now and enjoy special savings plus free standard shipping on select items during The Home Office Event! Sale ends April 16, 2018.