Zdroj: Profit Design
Today, it is no longer an exception in the bedrooms and hallways, but also in the living rooms, local residents allocate a place for their own corner of work. The following suggestions are based on this trend.
These spaces are usually small somewhere in the house or apartment, and other use is usually not possible. This project was no exception. In the end, a well-thought-out room was created that combines practicality and elegance.
space: 13.6 square meters
“Please design my office,” the client said very briefly and clearly.
Thus a study connected to the guest room was created. Given the limited dimensions of the room, the design used as much built-in furniture as possible, which allows you to make the most of the space.
Design solution: a hidden bedroom with a reading corner and a library
Home Office: How to Arrange a Work Corner
Painter: Lucia Kružlicová – Interior designer, lukru.sk
Do you yearn for rest in addition to work? If space permits, it is recommended to place a reading corner, an armchair or a study bench. The double orientation of the space and the placement of the sofa-bed will create a space for rest not only for reading, but also for stretching, flattening the body in a relaxing position or drinking coffee.
Behind the bench is an oversized tile that cleverly hides the room’s door. This creates the impression of uniformity, which visually expands the entire space.
The room’s almost square shape with a relatively large French window on one side and a door on the other wall more or less dictates the only possible and logical arrangement of large pieces of furniture. Floor plan 3.5 x 3.9 m.
If the working area is part of the living room or the entire living area, bet on built-in furniture, that is, a wall with an integrated work table, as well as a library and other storage cabinets.
For a visual connection of the spaces, a laminate cladding is placed in this part, which gives the wall plasticity. So it doesn’t look very uniform.
Within the open concept of the daily area, it was important to define the space for all activities, such as the kitchen, dining room, living room and study. The design was based on proven materials and color combinations – wood, white and gray. Floor plan 7.5 x 3.7 m.
The working corner is ideally placed in areas not intended for relaxation, because looking at it will always remind you of your work. Avoid placing the corner in the bedroom, for example.
Lucia Kružlicová – Interior designer, lukru.sk
Text: Christina Valanova
Photo: Lukru . Design
Source: Pekné bývanie 11/2021
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