Workspace of the Week: Way up high, in the sky

This week’s Workspace of the Week is Frederik’s lofted home office:

On Unclutterer, we write a great deal about taking advantage of vertical space when organizing. Usually we’re referring to using walls for shelving or bulletin boards or creating cubbies. In this example, however, the vertical space in the home has been transformed into a small office. “The upper deck,” as Frederik refers to it, is large enough to fit a large monitor, task lighting, and a small bookcase for storage along the floor. There isn’t a chair pictured, but I assume there is one in the space. The most cumbersome thing about the office, I imagine, would be lugging all the equipment up into the space. Overall, however, I find it to be a wonderfully imaginative way to fit an office into a home. Thank you, Frederik, for sharing your lofted office with us.

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14 Comments for “Workspace of the Week: Way up high, in the sky”

  1. posted by Jean on

    Great, like this kind of solutions

  2. posted by Amanda on

    I like it! It looks cozy.

  3. posted by HonkyTonkFoodie on

    This is my favorite one so far. Beautiful!

  4. posted by Availle on

    I like it! Great use of that space!

    Although the place looks rather devoid of natural light…

  5. posted by Jodi on

    Love it! But I would be terrified of falling off! I still love it!

  6. posted by Juliska on

    Jodi, if you look carefully at the pictures, you will see the cables strung across the open edge of the loft. They’re not very thick, but if they’re steel, they’re sturdy enough to keep Frederkik safe!

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    posted by luxcat on

    warm, lovely space.

  8. posted by DawnW on

    It does look cozy.Me like.

  9. posted by Kate on

    i can see that being a huge hit for guys or for teens. love it.

  10. posted by michelle s. on

    I love it because it would cure me of “just popping onto my computer for a second…” (and still being there an hour later. I would have to really need to use my computer to undertake climbing a ladder. :) Very great use of space.

  11. posted by Tim Gray on

    I am florescent green with envy…

    Although, I bet it is hot up there in the summer, perfect for winter being up in the warm area by the ceiling.

  12. posted by Jen on

    Sooo cool! It does look really cozy.

  13. posted by Kalle on

    Frederik, I love how you changed it over last year.. Thunderbolt Display = fewer cables ;)

  14. posted by Memories Organized on

    WOW..This is my favorite one so far. So Beautiful!

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