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Working in Style

Gorgeous views, smart storage solutions, custom built-ins—five home offices that prove form is just as important as function. Plus: tips on organizing all your office clutter, and the writing spaces of Washington’s top authors.

By Mary Clare Glover, Michelle Thomas, and Rebecca Nelson

Local architect Mark McInturff works from this home office on the Eastern Shore about once a week. Photograph by Julia Heine/McInturff Architects.

Built for a family with two young kids, this bright and practical office doubles as a mudroom.

Custom bookcases, a mix of old and new furnishings, and other details create this modern and functional space.

This home office captures the quiet warmth of a traditional home library while also feeling stylish and feminine.

An old bedroom is transformed into a bright home office.

See how the vision of a quiet retreat was realized in this serene and modern space.

Washington writers talk about the spaces and objects that inspire them to create.

A professional organizer offers tips on creating—and maintaining—a tidy home office.

Bathroom beauties, dream kitchens, and more.

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