I have recently started a new job. And while I love the work itself, the working environment is new to me and causing me to regret taking the job. I now work in an open-plan office without any natural light, and I am hot-desking. What can I do to make the environment nicer, and more of a productive area to work in?
This is Offbeat Home's archive of workspaces posts.
Remember when we collectively freaked out over the IKEA cosplay storage video? Guess what popped up in my inbox? An email from Frank Koh — the IKEA cosplay guy himself! He was nice enough to include a bunch of photos, so for those of you who (like me) wanted to see more details on the storage solutions, here we go…
OMG y'all! Look who popped her awesome head back into Offbeat Home & Life to share some of her old school offbeat home goodness — it's Cat Rocketship! She's giving us the low down on floor desks.
Despite the fact that it is a black room, our newly remodeled office/craft room is very bright and fun! I spend a lot of time in this room blogging and doing projects so I wanted it to be a fun place to hang, and I think it's mission accomplished.
Homies, I need help. I have the ugliest desk imaginable. What I can't figure out is… how it made it's way into my house. It was here when I moved in, and even without the unscrewable legs, we can't take it out any of our doors.I need to paint it, style it, anything — but I have to be able to do it inside. Can you homies help me transform this ugly desk?
Like many other workplaces across the country, the Keurig obsession has hit our office — they have these nifty little containers for making coffee, tea, or just about any other hot drink you can imagine, and saves lots of time. But how on earth do you display them in a non-boring way?