Virginia's home office corner shown above is an inspiration to us for several reasons (so much so, Beth over at ATLA has highlighted it also): there's a spot for all her components, the printer sits comfortably inside a cubby at knee's height, books and stationery are all neatly displayed at arm's length, wicker cases are thoughtfully placed to hide cables and wires, and everything is perfectly cohesive from an aesthetic standpoint, thanks to the warmth in the choice of the birch wood finish, framed artwork, and desktop decorative accessories. Check out more images of this inviting tech workspace that hides the tech all under the jump...
By utilizing additional organizational storage, Virginia's desk is kept from straying into the realm of a cluttered space that could hamper productivity and mar overall decorative aesthetics. The additional height afforded by the storage accessories also makes for an effective display for decorative pieces like the hand and the figurine. There are a lot of points of interest, but because of the organization, neither the computer accessories nor decorative items seem out of place.
By adding a matching long bookshelf, the desk is extended into an L-shaped layout, with areas for Virginia's phone and small television. Artwork above compliments the warm birch and maple wood finish of the custom made furnishings.
The whole office setup is complimented by a simple office chair, with a minimal profile that ties back to the iMac's shape and colour above. And we think the rug below was an additional nice touch, a surface addition which we imagine as a large mousepad for her rolling chair.
Be sure to keep an eye out at AT New York, where Virginia's home will soon be profiled in whole!