Office Envy

Oh-Joy-Studio-Loft-Office-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJOh-Joy-Studio-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJOh-Joy-Studio-Loft-Office-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJOh-Joy-Studio-Loft-Office-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJOh-Joy-Studio-Loft-Office-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJAs much as I LOVE to travel I’m a bit of a homebody for my day-to-day, and am completely content working from home.  However, every so often I fantasize about having a big open light-filled space solely dedicated to optimizing my creative work flow. While it’s not something I need at this point in my career, I’m bookmarking this amazing work space belonging to Joy Cho of Oh Joy just in case! The comfy seating area, eat-in kitchen and conference table (that could be easily mistaken for a dining table) feels much more like a home than your typical drab cubical-oriented work environment – which I think would perfectly suit the homebody in me! Oh, and did you notice how well she disguised her TV – love a well executed gallery wall!

Do you work from home or in an office environment? What would your ideal work environment be?

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3 thoughts on “Office Envy

  1. i work from home. in a huge room that serves as my dining room/home office/craft room/art room.

    it’s a big room, with lot’s of windows & light and tons of space. we used pretty office furniture from ballard designs and big bulky shelves on the walls for craft storage. when i need to use the dining room for a big meal, i still can. versitily at it’s finest!!

    ps…i thought about using one of the spare bedrooms but all those are upstairs and i didn’t like being away from the “action” and those rooms are small with only a little light!! this is much better for me!!

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