After looking at countless home offices daily, it is easy to become disenchanted or disinterested in the spaces that begin to look more and more similar to one another. This teeny tiny desk situated in the Hollywood Hills struck us instantly as something unique and certainly worthy of highlighting.
What is not to love about this cozy workspace? First of all, we appreciate the fact they don't take an awkward corner for granted. All spaces, no matter how curiously puzzling, have some potential for functionality or improvement. Creating a tiny floating desk in an area just large enough to fit a chair and a pair of legs was an excellent usage of this space.
To make matters better, the desk was outfitted with a hidden drawer to maximize storage space making this desk an excellent writing corner or laptop spot.
Of course, the elements that really make this space special are the miniature decorations and the elegant pendant light that hangs at the perfect level. This all white/wood workspace could easily be achieved by a first time homeowner or young renter (especially in cities like New York with its infinitely strange floor plans) on a budget. West Elm has a great circular glass pendant lamp and IKEA's Nordmyra chair is also a great substitute for something much more expensive such as the pictured Alvar Aalto chair.
[Image From the Desk of Lola]