This post was overdue, I think. I cannot stress too much on the importance of a great little corner or desk, wherein we work, and end up spending most of our waking hours; most of us. Whether this corner is small home office, a cubicle, a desk or a big room, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that this space is ours to make, and keep; for the time during which we work this corner.
This post is the second part of a series of posts that showcase some awesomely made working spaces, and desks; the ones that I find inspirational, and the ones that go into a scrap folder or two. And, just like the first post in the series, this second post too contains 10 such workspace designs.
As to why I share these here, it’s nice to keep some inspirational potential around, no? Here are some awesome workspaces, and desks.
10 Awesome Workspaces, And Desks - Part II
Light, textured, clean, and so very warm this one from the decor8blog.
I love the contrast in there, and of course that desk lamp is quite nice. Though the candle holder is a little over the top, no? decor8blog.
Again the lamp, and that ink blot mural on the wall is perfect for a writing desk or an illustrators desk. It’s really something. I think I’ll check if this kind of a mural is available somewhere here.
Pretty neat! A workspace inside a phone booth!
I love this vintage home office! This workspace is probably one of my top 5. Except the poster there or rather what’s written there. Yea, except for that this place sure looks somewhere I’d love to spend some time at. That chair though.
Clean, minimal, and bright. I love the contrast that the rug creates with the chairs, and the walls.
Reminds of a hostel, I used to know. Sure looks comfortable!
Love the fact that it’s outdoors, and I think it’s a modular pod, called the eco-pod, that you can have built on order. The only thing is the wide glass may end up causing a load of glare on the two screens. That can be easily fixed though, by flipping the desk so that the back of the screens face the glass, and you see the outdoors while working on those screens.
I love the play of turquoise with light-brown warm wood, and dark brown leather. This one goes into the favorites.
What’s not to love about this one? Yea, that stool kinda looks uncomfortable. It needs a back rest. Though, the desk is awesome. Love the sunshine yellow tone of the desk, and the compartments right below.
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