Monday, December 5, 2011

Workspaces Part II

Hi Everyone!  I hope you all had a great weekend.  My highlight for the weekend was that we celebrated Scotland's national holiday - "St. Andrew's Day" - with some Scottish friends on Saturday night.  I learned a lot about Scotland, and it was such a fun experience!  We even tried Haggis, which I was a bit squeamish about, but it was great.  Our hosts had it flown in from their local butcher in Scotland - I'm sure knowing a good source helps a lot.  :)  It has inpired me to do a post about plaid sometime soon...:)

Anyway, moving on to today's post:  As a follow up to the more industrial/studio/loft type workspaces I posted here a few weeks ago, today I bring you more traditional (with a twist, of course!) workspaces:

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If you could pick one of these as a place to read your favorite blogs, which would it be?

Sources and more workspaces can be found here.

12 comments:

The enchanted home said...

Sounds like fun Barbara...glad you are open to trying new things, I too am a bit of a baby but try to go along and be a good sport.
Love these spaces, having any one of them would so make work not feel like work! I think a beautiful environment is so conducive to maximum productivity.

Haus and Home said...

As I started reading this post in my mind I was thinking I love more white/neutral workspaces, but then I came across the black laquered library and I just LOVED that one. Something else that caught my eye was the large wall sized frame with the smaller framed picture in it...that was pretty neat!

Acquired Objects said...

I can only pick one desk? If I could pick only one it would be the desk from the first image, that desk is to die for. They're all great and I could pick an element from each image for a home office.

Wendi @ Classic Chic Home said...

I love each and every one of these! Even though their styles are almost opposite, my favorites are image 1 and 6.
Thnaks for sharing, Barbara!
~ Wendi ~

eclecticrevisited.com said...

gorgeous work spaces...and did I notice a little plaid in that 3rd image? :) ...
best,
maureen

I Dream Of said...

Sounds like a fun celebration - although I'm not so sure about the haggis! Your work spaces are inspiring me to go clean up my desk at work -- home is not so bad, my desk at the office is a disaster. Actually, instead going to work, I'd rather just gaze at these pretty pictures! Have a merry week!

Sharon (Roses and Rust) said...

My pick would be the 4th one. I love that plush red chair combined with the desk that looks like it might be made out of scaffold planks. Such a lovely contrast and I love the light fitting. x Sharon

Stacy Curran said...

These are all gorgeous, but I think the second one might be my dream space! GREAT post!!
Stacy

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Barbara,
You have found some great images of work spaces. I need some inspiration. My daughter is getting married in Jan. and I will be working on my office. At this point I do not know what I am going to do.

The Vintique Object said...

Man, Barbara. You always have the most incredible pictures! I think I pin more things from your blog than any other spot.
Camille

lisa said...

very old desk! I think old things are easier to relax with.

Meghan @ Wishful Thinking said...

You are very brave to try haggis, I have always been curious but the thought still sends me running for the hills! Lovely inspiration as usual! I'd be inclined to work harder if I had one of these spaces as my office!

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