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A fresh work space in white and orange

Many of us spend so much time at work it's vital the environment around us is inspiring, creative and, well, keeps us sane! This collaborative work space in Brooklyn is super fresh in an all white pallet save for the flashes of red and orange in the seating and pictures on the wall.









Julia Robbs via Jelanie blog

I could work here could you?!

PS Anyone work in a collaborative workspace? I think they're a so great, I remember working from home once and by the end of the day I was climbing up the walls!

9 comments:

| Harmony and design | said...

Me encantaría trabajar en un sitio así, que maravilla, cuánto color.
Me encanta
Bss

| Harmony and design |

Albertine Grolmusova said...

Hi Niki, Absolutely fantastic space :) This orange color give optimistic mood :) and in combination with white is lovely. Thank you for sharing!
Hug!

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Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Gosh, Niki, I love this space. It's so fresh yet has lots of texture and cheerful colour pops, like the orange chairs and the wooden wall. Fab find!

Ada (new york) said...

Lovely studio!!! i LOVE the concept of collaborative workplace. I also value the beauty of working from home .. with my own splash of ORANGE wallpaper to illuminate the happiness and joy of my work. Studiomates looks like an AMAZING energetic loving group of creatives.

naa said...

waw, so wonderful and fresh!

CM said...

I love these kind of workspaces! At one of my past jobs we transformed these block of cubicles into a collaborative workspace and it made going to work so much better (and more efficient!). And it was three girls including myself who knocked down the cubicles, decorated, and rearranged the furniture.

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beadhen said...

Even the dog's colouring works with the contrast colours! I do like the stools-where are they from and are they comfortable?

A-Smile-Style said...

The orange-Touch is great!
Anja

Myyna said...

Office of my dreams...

 

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