Dark Wood And Beautiful Artefacts: The Art Designer’s Workspace

Dark Wood And Beautiful Artefacts: The Art Designer’s Workspace
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Russian-based art director/designer Vadim Sherbakov has a stylish home office mixing dark wood furniture and antique-looking objects and artefacts.

In the bright room with white walls and a window of greenery, the effect is an overall vibrant space to work in. The desk was handcrafted by a wood shop in Moscow and, for the record, he doesn’t sit on that uncomfortable but neat looking chair. That Edison light bulb accessory on the desk is particularly interesting, since a study suggested that seeing light bulbs spurs creative ideas. You can see more photos of this workspace in the link below.

My work place v2 [Dribble]