Workspace Dreaming

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Do you know what happens when I have a few days to just relax and kick back? I start imagining the perfect workspace/office retreat. Don’t get me wrong, I love taking a break but I feel the time away gives me perspective about what’s important and what needs more or less attention. After awhile, I look forward to bunkering down in my home office/studio to reading, writing and blogging.

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And I am already thinking about my New Year’s Resolutions and making 2013 the best year ever. First on my list of priorities to revamp the office this year. Do I aim for quirky French market? Or classic mid-century or maybe bright and playful?

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The more I think about the modern home office, the more I think that I need workspace but I don’t need a dedicated space for my computer since I work on a laptop, it can easily be tucked away when not in use, leaving space open for writing and other projects. I’ve considered switching to a large round communal table as the central focus of the office with drawers, shelves and cupboards along the walls.

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What do you hope to do with your workspace this year?

(photos via What Say Beauty, Decor8, Blood And Champagne and Nordic Design)

3 thoughts on “Workspace Dreaming

  1. My wish for my workspace this year? Keep it clean!

    Seriously, I’ve transitioned from a huge l-shaped combination of tables to a much smaller desk. I tend to write wherever I need to, and find that with an ipad I use my laptop a lot less.

    So for the coming year I guess I’m less focused on the workspace, and more focused on the work!

  2. Great post – now you’ve got me thinking. Your idea of a circular table is a great one!
    I want to generate more focus on my work in the coming year – learning from 2012.

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