My latest work for BNZ GoodHome went live today and I thought I'd share the styling I did as part of the ongoing Room Series. In this issue I visit the home workspace, giving tips on how to create a functional space that encourages productivity and the flow of creative ideas. Unlike the traditional office, the home workspace lends itself to a more personal approach in terms of interior design and styling and we thought a great way to start was with a DIY desk. Built by fellow contributor and building guru Cocksy, the minimalist desk is made from plywood and stainless steel tubing. Striking a balance between the industrial edge and a softer, more sophisticated look, I paired the desk with the stunning leather and steel PK9 Chair by Fritz Hansen and my own personal touches.
Pop over here to see all of my tips on workspace styling, and for step by step instructions on how to build the desk, take a look here.
PK9 Chair by Poul Kjaeholm for Fritz Hansen – Cult Design
Hay Box Box, Thomas Jenkins' Lens Boxes for Wrong for Hay, Archive Hill Oak Storage Box - Hay Accessories /Cult Design
Höst Concrete Candle - Zakkia
New York Elevations Print – Studio Esinam
National Theatre Photographic Print – Studio Esinam and Rory Gardiner
My other articles in this series are Choosing the Right Kitchen Bench Top, Creating a Cosy Reading Nook and 5 Types of Shelving. Plenty of weekend reading! To receive upcoming issues delivered straight to your inbox, sign up to the e-newsletter here.