Workspace of the Week: Perfect spaces

This week’s Workspace of the Week is Daniel’s pocket plenty office.

This is the photo that piqued my interest:

But, this was the photo that sold it as a WoW:

The cabinetry carved out around the window is brilliant. It lets light pour into the space and the surrounding shelving provides open storage for personalized items. The pegs under the shelf are an ingenious way to store headphones. The shelf under the cabinetry on the left is perfectly sized for CD storage, and the shelf between the drawers on the lower right is a nice size for printed media. I also like the black paint on the wall under the desk that draws attention off of black cables (I think black outlet covers would be nice, too). This office is organized, serene, and inspiring. Thank you, Daniel, for your submission!

Want to have your own workspace featured in Workspace of the Week? Submit a picture to the Unclutterer flickr pool. Check it out because we have a nice little community brewing there. Also, don’t forget that workspaces aren’t just desks. If you’re a cook, it’s a kitchen; if you’re a carpenter, it’s your workbench.

11 Comments for “Workspace of the Week: Perfect spaces”

  1. posted by Simply Loula on

    Can I have this work space? Nice, simple & most importantly, functional. Love it!

  2. posted by HumanBacon on

    I love the map magnetic board. Anyone know where to find that?

  3. posted by George K on

    Either the top photo is flipped or the rug is upside-down. More likely the former.

  4. posted by [email protected] Awareness * Connection on

    Very nice. I also like that world map board too. The cabinets around the window are well done. Very nice. Thumbs up on this one. I’d work there.

  5. posted by Melissa on

    Yes, the Chinese words on the rug are definitely backwards.

  6. posted by Erin Doland on

    Re: the world cork board … the link to the retail site is in his comments to the photo.

    Re: the backward text … Maybe Daniel flipped the picture?? If not, that is really funny.

  7. posted by Ryan Hiller on

    Wouldn’t the map be backward too if the photo was flipped?

    So …the run is backwards. I guess the map could be backwards in real life and then the image is backwards making it right?

  8. posted by George K on

    Ah, hadn’t considered the map. The rug must be upside-down. In the spirit of…friendship someone should tell him. 🙂

  9. posted by Chris on

    If those cabinet doors are glass as they appear to be then they could technically serve as whiteboard space if you need to work that way.

  10. posted by Rich on

    The wall under the desk appears to be the same as the wall above the desk, not painted black. It’s just really dark under there. (Look at the larger photos on flickr, and I think you’ll agree.)

  11. posted by Room Envy on

    I love looking at people’s room and this great home office is no exception – i loved it

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