In a small bedroom, the window is usually a good place to setup a working desk against. Maybe the bedroom is the only available area where a desk would fit in your home.
And that is why you have to make it work. But making it work wonderfully is what it is all about – a good working environment creates that productivity setup you need to get through your workload.
There are a lot of ideas on how to create a working environment in your house that should calm the stress of working at home.
This is one of the simplest one – place a desk by the window and enjoy fresh air when you need it, sunshine and outdoor views whenever you take a break.
In this bedroom designed by Oleg Mints, the workspace was thought from the beginning to be the place where work gets done, but also the storage space for all work-related items. This is why the desk is flanked by a floor-to-ceiling shelving unit on one side, while the other side rests on a drawer unit.
A green upholstered bed sits in the middle of the room, on top of a navy and white star rug. Surrounded by tree wallpaper, the green bed feels like an oasis of relaxation that you can’t wait to enjoy once the workday is over.
Even the wooden floor warms up the atmosphere, giving this nature-inspired interior design even more depth and texture. The overall vibe of this part bedroom part workspace is clean, simple, heart-warming and nature-inspired. Even the chosen wall art mirrors this nature theme, showcasing inner rings of cut tree logs, and a bird’s feather.
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