Certain tastes are able to perfectly bisect the population. Your preference for a clean, minimal desk over one cluttered with inspiration says just as much about your personality as your preference for grape jelly over strawberry jam. So tell us: Do you like simply minimal workspaces or decorated desks full of inspiration?
Do you prefer the sleek lines of a desk designed with minimalism in mind, or the colorful liveliness of a desk cluttered with inspirational pieces?
We think that your choice to go for one over the other has a lot to do with your personality. Do you fit these workspace profiles? Or do you break out of the mold? Tell us in the comments!
The Sleek, Minimal Workspace
Your job: Web coder or engineer, something very left-brain.
You might own: An Apple Cinema Display or Samsung SyncMaster
What's on your walls: Nothing, save for a bit of backlighting.
Your chair: Herman Miller's Aeron Chair
What people say when they walk in: "It looks so clean!"
Your dream desk: The UNstudio Collector's Loft
The Inspiring Decorated Desk
Your job: Graphic designer or crafter, something very right-brain.
You might own: A white MacBook and a sewing machine.
What's on your walls: Framed graphic prints, plus an inspiration board tacked with fabric swatches.
Your chair: Eames Wire Chair
What people say when they walk in: "Wow, colorful!"
Your dream desk: Sonja's Savvy Sophistication Home Office
(Images: The German Mac Mini + iMac Home Office Combination, Flickr member hellojenuine. licensed for use under Creative Commons, Minimal Home Office Workstation: Dark Desk Hides Wires, Sonja's Savvy Sophistication Home Office)