We often post workspaces that are as calm and still as a lake on a wind-less day, but that doesn't mean you can't have an effective and pleasant workspace with a lot of stuff. Hafida31 has managed to take her scraps and put together an attractive workspace without resorting to stark minimalism.If you have a lot of stuff, it's clear that the wall is a good place for it. Obviously you don't want everything cluttering up your desk. The desk is just a small easel desk, which you can find a version of at many furniture retailers (including IKEA), and the shelves are just simple white shelves. The space is fun because of how it's decorated. The clutter is in the right place — out of the way but not out of sight.
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