Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times
According to the Los Angeles Times, "Forget great rooms, walk-in closets and spa-like bathrooms. The home office has become the new staple of the American home."
But this being LA, they are not like any home office most of us have ever seen and some of them are bigger than most homes.
Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times
Oh, to live in a place with seasons other than winter or bug, like Santa Monica architect Jesse Bornstein's home office. He puts it at the front of his house so that there is a separation between personal and professional, always a good idea.
More in a slideshow, including the home office of Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson (who would probably have a cow if he saw it) at the Los Angeles Times via Alex at Shedworking
More on Home Offices in TreeHugger and Planet Green:
Working From Home Makes More Sense Than Ever
Your Office is Where You Are
Set Up a Home Office , a Comprehensive Guide
Home Office Tricks: Watch out for Dangers
And, see a slideshow of Treehugger Writers' offices from around the world