When I stumbled upon this contemporary home office, several aspects of it drew me. I like that the simple desk faces the room, giving visual appeal to the writer. There is a seating area with chairs for guests and a comfy sofa to recline on while doing research or reading near the window. One thing that I feel is important to writers is to be able to invite people into your space from time to time so that writing does not become such a solitary activity at all times. Finally, I love the credenza with shelves to hold research materials. The space reminds me a great deal of my own home office, although with a different color pallet and grander furniture.
September 6, 2013
Writing Space: Contemporary Home Office
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