If you work from home, you might often find yourself spending too much time organising the kitchen table and not getting your own space to work. If that’s the case for you, go ahead and carve out your own working space…literally.
This mini office was made by simply making a big hole in the wall and carving away around it. Its a nice little inlet where productivity takes pride of place. It does a number of key things well. For being small and interior, it is a brightly painted space where light can bounce about. It is familial and has a sense of personality about it.
There’s no clutter and everything is nicely organised. The little seat opposite is also the perfect place to take a break from work without getting too lost and making your way back to the kitchen for a snack or two when you shouldn’t.