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Another multi-purpose room outfitted with an integrated workspace.
Jessica Walsh’s amazing rustic workspace in NYC.
While I work during the week our studio on 23rd street in Chelsea, on the weekends I like to switch it up and work from home. I had the desk custom made from Urban Wood Goods. The monkey that hangs over my desk is by Kay Bojesen. I like collecting classic children’s toys around my apartment. They serve as a nice reminder to keep curious, inquisitive, and playful in my life and work.
This is my kind of room with a perfectly integrated workspace. A real zen type of atmosphere to get things done.
Mostlyperfect submitted this elegantly simple wood desk.
Reader, ernesthon, submitted his desk. This is just beautiful mid-century example of an elegant, minimal workspace.
The desk was custom made with American Black Walnut in San Francisco. The chair is vintage teak from Norway. The table lamp is also vintage; I replaced the orignal paper shade with gold-interior black fabric. The other task lamp is from IKEA!
And a wonderful interpretation of what mid-century means to him:
I’ve only recently become enamored with this style, which is recently enjoying a resurgence in popularity both in decor and in architecture. To me, mid-century design represents the optimism of society during that era - the great expansion of the middle class and the realization of the “American Dream”.