Published at Thursday, August 31st 2017. by Klotild Vegh in Interior.
Be it a spare room in the attic, additional space discovered in the basement, a nook in the hallway or even a tiny corner in the kitchen, home workspaces are starting to crop up pretty much everywhere possible. Unlike the dedicated home office, a smart home workstation is much less formal, demands far less space and sufficiently serves the needs of a vast majority of homeowners who really do not work from home. If you just bring home work one in a while or need a space to check those emails and spend an hour each day flipping casually through work, then a small workstation is an ideal choice.
Bringing work into your bedroom is not a bad idea anymore! A small home workspace in the corner of the bedroom can make your life a whole lot easier and efficient. Instead of wrestling with your laptop uncomfortably in the bed, turn that empty, forgotten corner into an ergonomic workzone by simply adding a sleek desk and a comfortable chair. Space-savvy desks from the likes of Hasena shape an organized and functional work area without dominating the bedroom narrative.
It is box shelving that currently tops the ‚hottest‚ list in the world of stylish shelves and it is barely a surprise that homes across the world are being filled up with these dashing delights. The box-styled shelves combine the elegance of the closed cabinet with the aesthetics of an open shelf to offer the best of both worlds. Wooden box shelves add another layer of intrigue to modern interiors by bringing textural beauty while slimmer metallic box shelves fit in more easily in industrial style living spaces.
And our top pick in this category for early 2017 is undoubtedly the Dante Come as You Are Bar Cart designed by Christophe de la Fontaine. This sleek, striking and seemingly sculptural bar cart is both sophisticated and playful in its design. There is plenty of shelf space here and its light frame is an added advantage that makes a huge difference. Available in black, white gold and champagne red, this is a bar cart built to steal the spotlight.
Anthropologie‚s Misona Shower Curtain looks perfectly at home in modern spaces, but there‚s something wonderfully Art Nouveau about the design. If you‚re seeking a vintage look that‚s perfect for today‚s style, this selection just might be for you! We‚ve been long-time fans of Jonathan Adler‚s Fish Scales pattern, so naturally anything that features this retro-style design gets an A+ in our book! Add some Deco flair to your bathroom with the vibrancy that only Jonathan Adler can bring to a shower curtain: West Elm‚s Mid-Century Bracket Geo Shower Curtain has the look and feel of a decorative stone wall from the ‚50s/‚60. A perfect addition for those who love Mid-Century patterns and architectural detailing
Much like the colorful couch, sectionals were considered as ‚irrelevant dinosaurs‚ of a different era during the 90s. And just like bright and brilliant sofas, the convenient and adaptable sectional has made a grand comeback in the last few years. Today‚s sectionals are all about maximizing space, utilizing the living room corner, creating an organized living room and setting the tone for an ergonomic interior. Providing ample sitting room and also bringing modular ease, sectionals have become a staple of sorts in most urban apartments. Even in the expansive living areas, a colorful sectional can delineate space without seeming out of place.