This writing space caught my eye due to all the natural wood elements. It is an awkward corner near a sunny window that is semi-blocked by a structural pole. Many older houses have spaces such as this that are somewhat difficult to incorporate into the living space of the home. With the addition of a desk, a drafting table and a few comfortable chairs, this awkward space becomes a functional workspace for a writer or artist.
What appeals to me is the theme of natural wood. From the driftwood base junxtaposed with a modern glass table top, the rattan storage baskets in the wooden desk and the matching wooden drafting table tucked off to one side, these pieces complement the white walls and wooden floor. I feel that this would be a comfortable space for any writer to be creative.
4 thoughts on “Writing Space: Natural Wood Loft Office”
Quick! Throw some papers around to make it feel homey. 🙂
very nice, I love bright spaces with a lot of white and I love wood.
There’s another one of those soft chairs for sleeping. 🙂
I would love to have a writing loft with all that natural light. I also think the wood floors look luxurious and beautiful.