So, where do you work? If you work at home like me you probably don’t want your work area/room to look like a typical office. If I’m not in my studio teaching a class, I’m sitting at my desk tapping away on my keyboard in an area of my den located right off my kitchen and the hall leading up to the second floor. The room is essentially divided into two areas—one for work and one for relaxation. (I often gaze over at the sofa in front of the fireplace and wish I was curled up with a good book.) Now that I’m getting ready to re-do another office (my new studio space), I’m looking for some inspiration.
Sawhorse tables are quite popular right now. This one is from Williams-Sonoma and is quite pricey, but this one from Ikea is very budget friendly. Here’s a feng shui tip: If your desk faces a wall, hang a mirror over your desk so you can see what’s coming and help reflect the light.