Attic home office
You know very well my company wedding consultant office, but the truth is that I also work a lot after hours, whether on a blog or finishing corporate tasks that I didn't have enough time during the day. In every apartment we occupied, regardless of whether it had 32m2 or several times more, always one of the most important pieces of equipment was a work corner. Such a real event, even in the middle of the living room, the most comfortable, two-seater (Wojtek also likes to work at home). And in addition to two computers, which is not difficult to guess, there had to be space for a printer, scanner, my beloved office supplies (I am a fan of notebooks, cards, paper clips, punches or adhesive tapes) for properly organized documents or personal trinkets, giving the whole interior with a personal touch.
If you know me a bit, you probably already know that I love being well organized. Although on a daily basis our apartment does not resemble a laboratory in any case, I love how everything has its place and the work corner is of special importance to me. On this occasion, I invite you for a small tour of our newest home office, which we have located in the attic.
We waited for almost two years for the attic floor to be laid, but since we moved here, we dreamed of our creative workspace, which would be really big, bigger than ever. About a wide desk under a window with a view over the roofs of nearby buildings, about tables for creative work (cutting, trimming, arranging), about a mini photo studio (backgrounds and photo accessories) or a cozy corner where you can sit down for two (or three) ), hug each other and think.
The floors are about a month old, and we are already enjoying our home office in the attic. It is true that all the equipment is incomplete and very random at the moment - it is a collection of all the furniture that has not found a place in other parts of the house, but probably thanks to this even more atmospheric ...
And how are you? Do you like working with a laptop on your lap or are you trying to find, separate and arrange a home work space?