I find it really important to curate (if you will) my work spaces. My surroundings simultaneously influence and reflect my mental state, which makes it essential for me to take time to surround myself in the simple, modern design aesthetic I thrive in. This extends to my love for nature's own version of these design elements. Not only am I a geology enthuciast (with a growing rock/fossil collection), but I've been trying my hand at botany and microecosystems. I've already bought a set of succulents now I'm working on putting together a terrarium (or a three...).
My husband and I have been looking for an unobtrusive desk to create a dedicated workspace for him in our small sitting room. Multi-tasking rooms such as ours call for something that makes smart use of limited space.
Tania Montoya's insight:
I'm constantly looking to improve my productivity, which goes in hand-in-hand with my constant desire to maximize the utility of the spaces I live and work in, so it's no surprise I find myself on design websites coveting sleek, minimalist pieces like these. I also really want my own work station as the only desk in the apartment has been monopolized by my SO.
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