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Open doors: a female office

We don't usually put here many Work spaces although from time to time, it is not bad to review the most interesting of those who can steal any idea. This is the case of the office that I bring you today, which belongs to Sonja Teri, in which an eclectic mix has resulted in a Pleasant atmosphere in which to concentrate.

The first thing that catches the attention of this office (and that for me it is not a success precisely) is the gray wall that captures a lot of attention and determines the rest of the colors. Perhaps a lighter shade would have given it more luminosity. White would be a good option but also a light blue could have given a similar but larger frame in sight.

Observe how the color of the ceiling passes to the wall making it look smaller but giving more room to the room. On the ceiling, the lighting is provided by a chandelier that does not just convince me but that fulfills its function of giving a uniform and quite powerful light, ideal especially when working on paper.

On the ground we have a couple of black and white striped carpets that also capture the attention and that seem to me a very daring detail, especially considering that the table is made of glass and they look in their entirety. Another success is the white furniture without backs that let you see the wall behind it achieving a light effect.

Notice how in the bookshelves alternate books with personal items, creating a productive space at the same time as cozy, in which it is easy to concentrate but in which you can also disconnect if necessary. I love the paintings chosen for the walls in pastel colors and the puffs under the table, which can serve both to support the legs during working hours and to leave some reference material with which you do not want to fill the table.

Another of the great successes in this space is the possibility of including two jobs with chairs on both sides of the table, since space is used much more and it is possible that communication flows both ways. The only thing that grinds me, but I would not know how to propose a better solution, is the fact that they have all the cables in between. Obviously with two computers and a glass table that is accessed from two sides, it is very difficult to have the cables out of sight.

Together, it is a work space of those that I like, since it remains in the personal sphere but at the same time allows work meetings to take place there. Removing the detail that I like the lighter walls, I think that the owner has made the decoration. How do you see it?

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