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10 Creative Live-Work Spaces

10 Creative Live-Work Spaces

Get inspired to ditch the commute or just have a dedicated zone for making whatever floats your boat


Being free of the daily commute, working in your bunny slippers or painting in a sunlight-filled corner of your own home studio — these are just a few reasons that might tempt you to find a way to work from home. Gain inspiration for your own live-work space from these 10 creative examples from our My Houzz series and the people who live (and work) in them.
Interior Design Studio in San Francisco

Interior designer Kristen Peña and her husband, Luis, a director, renovated this 118-year-old Victorian in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood to include a shared office space. The couple created a separate entrance for their offices on the ground level, and reserved the new upper floor for family space.

The “design nook” on the renovated lower level is one of Kristen’s favorite spots in which to work, especially when she is meeting with clients.

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