What do you get when you combine the high ceilings and hardwood charm of an old apartment building with a modern workspace? An open and airy office with plenty of space for creative storage.
Today's featured workspace is brought to us courtesy of Lifehacker reader Pieter Schepens. The spare room of his Belgium apartment has a great bay window, hardwood floors, and the kind of lofty ceilings older apartments are known for.
By keeping furnishings to a relative minimum, Pieter has accentuated the openness of the room and the huge amount of light that comes in the bay window. He has a computer workstation, a regular table for spreading out his work, and a spattering of plants to liven the place up. His chair is an ergonomic kneeling model from Varier Furniture.
More pictures of his workspace are available in his Flickr set at the link below.
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