working from home with eero.

as you know, i recently turned my home office into a guest bedroom. and while i have admitted to missing my desk area just a bit, it’s been a fun and freeing experience for the most part. i love popping open my laptop to work whenever inspiration strikes. sometimes this means working from the comfort of my bed (warning: this requires a lot of self-control, as the urge... 
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desk set.

okay, i’ll admit it. i do miss my home office a little bit more than i thought i might now that i’ve turned it into a guest room. i’m aching to find a sweet spot for some kind of desk where i can place bills, paperwork and to-do lists and all the other little day-to-day stuff that piles up (presently on my kitchen counter). but what i need is something discreet... 
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work work work.

in the words of rhianna, work work work work — it never ends, right? well if you work from home, it might as well look less business-like and much more zen. i try and keep my home office pretty spare — one, because i use the space for photo shoots and need the space kept clear; and two, because it keeps my head clear for creativity, too. these work at home looks... 
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a desk with some ‘giddy up’!

design*sponge. hey there, just a heads up on a diy desk trend that’s affordable, and really functional. these sawhorse bases are an easy do it yo’ self, even for the crafty faint of heart — just add a table top surface like wood, or even glass and you’re good to go. if you need a place to start (or don’t trust your skills to carry that at home... 
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at home with aurélie lécuyer.

the june/july issue of milk decoration — my favorite french decor magazine — is superb, as always. this is the simply stunning home of france-based freelance photographer and stylist Aurélie Lécuyer, otherwise known as @ledansla on Instagram, a beautiful feed i’ve followed for a few years now, and in fact, she’s actually taken these photographs of... 
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