Don’t Mention the Wire:
We transformed the formerly dim attic into a cheerful, sunny home-office and play area, freshening the walls and floors with white paint and installing four large skylights.
Very striking - I’ve posted a similar (colourwise) workspace before, and the green and white combination is just as effective here, indeed probably more so. A workspace doesn’t have to be corporate, or ‘productive’ in the traditional sense. There’s nothing wrong with some creative spark, and I wish offices the world over would reflect this.
On an unrelated note, I can’t help but find that one rogue wire slightly humorous - I can only imagine how much that must have annoyed the interior designers. Speaking of which, it was designed by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design for those of you that are interested.
The desk, from Ikea, fits nicely with Marcel Breuer’s classy classic chair from Thonet. The startlingly red elements of the photo complement them nicely, and I think the resultant workspace is largely a highly stimulating beauty. My only addition would be a window of some kind; for me, nothing is more inspiring than nature.