I am always collecting photos of things that inspire me. This isn’t limited to the fashion realm, but is encompasses anything that strikes my fancy.
Lately, I have been obsessed with workspaces. When we moved to Chicago I vowed to have a productive workspace up and running. After all, I do work from home and traveling between the sofa and the dining room table (although quite large) doesn’t seem like the most productive option.
Unfortunately, the workspace kind of got put on the back burner with the discovery that there would be three of us living here instead of two. With the extra room being dedicated to baby, my office area will stay in the main living room.
The challenge, consequently, is to make the spot both functional and visually stimulating (for work and public consumption).
So, when I stumbled across these photos of these Isabel Quiroga designed desk and shelves (named ‘Storyteller’) I couldn’t help but become intrigued!
I love the reuse of the coffee tables. By painting all the pieces a single color there is congruency and the wall instillation maximizes vertical space without looking like a warehouse.
I would love to do something like this in our living room! Hmmmm… now only to convince Lukus it is a good idea…
Tell me what makes a great public workspace? Do you like the Isabel Quiroga design?
Images via Isabel Quiroga website check out this and more of her interior designs HERE.