Working from home, flexible working hours and freedom from office rules are attracting more and more people. True, looking up from the office, many are faced with the fact that without its atmosphere it becomes, on the contrary, more difficult to work - the home environment and little things scatter attention and make people think about rest more often.
For the new school-working season, we have collected examples of interiors that will help you complete all tasks on time.
The great Yves Saint Laurent was inspired by the combination of laconic form and charisma. This was reflected in his home studio, where neutral walls, table and cabinets served as the backdrop for the designer's many moodboards with fabrics, sketches and accessories. It's easy to create your own space for creativity: in the lightest part of the house, place an open table, shelving and fill them with your favorite images or iconic design icons.
Everything you need is at hand and in plain sight. In the home office of visionary Steve Jobs, there was not a single closed cabinet. Only wide tables and shelves filled with literature, most of which was related not to the field of IT technologies, but to the humanities. Jobs' readiness and interest in classical literature helped Apple revolutionize its intuitive products.
Another reason to stay in a home office can be non-standard furniture that combines convenience, original design and history. Writing acts or preparing a presentation at a unique table made of vintage Brazilian wood is much more enjoyable and faster.
Modern IT-girls strive to become not only the heroines of the gossip, but also to realize themselves as entrepreneurs. Well-known fashion expert, public figure and business woman Miroslava Duma became one of the first who managed to launch a successful commercial project at the international level. The consistent black-and-white palette of the apartment, strict geometric objects and accents from the 60s-70s set her in a working mood.