Cube Chic

Cube Chic

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Gregory Han
Oct 31, 2006

Even though I work in a creative field, our company took the easy route and Dilbert-fied our work areas into a depressing maze of cubicles with as much personality as a dentist's office. Drab muted colours, lighting that seems to only utilize the the most uncomplimentary of light's spectrum, and seating/tables that were seemingly designed by designers who specialized in torture devices, not ergonomics.

Cue in interior designer Kelley Moore, who approaches the bane of all workers with an optimistic guide to cubicle decor inspiration, Cube Chic: Take Your Office Space from Drab to Fab! Hip-Hop, a pub, safari, cubism, a garden, and cabin style decor are all presented as inspiration, showing those three walls keeping you caged in for the day can be less San Quentin snore and more Elle Decor. Personally, what I'd really want is the secret built-in sleeping nook under my desk, complete with alarm clock stand, à la George Costanza.

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