We don’t really have a dedicated work space here at H is for Home – the whole house gets used for various activities! The photo above shows another shop owner’s home office… they seem to keep things a little more contained. It’s the domain of Estela, a Spanish homewares blogger and owner of deco and living.
It is furnished with numerous items available for sale in her shop, all set out in a tidy and uncluttered fashion. There’s ample storage to neatly conceal those mundane requisites of day-to-day business such as paperwork and packaging materials.
The white String modular shelving and cupboards appears to merge into the wall behind it. Keeping the colour palette to white & wood gives the space a simplicity and calmness. The utilitarian trestle table triples up for working, packaging and dining.
With more and more people setting up their own cottage industries and working from home, this space is a real lesson in how a chosen area of your house can not only be multi-functional, but very attractive too.
- String shelving
- Orla Kiely Scribble pear scrapbook
- Bloomingville natural seagrass basket with handles
- Recycled demijohn bottle
- FLUNS magazine files – 4 pack
- KNUFF set of 2 plywood magazine files
- GERTON beech table top
- FINNVARD trestle table
- Wood storage baskets
- Hübsch grey chair