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Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
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3. Avoid the cubicle-farm look when selecting your office furniture. Let's face it, many of us choose to work from home because we can't stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look like, well, a cubicle farm? This office in a bedroom looks spectacular
2. Avoid the cubicle-farm look when selecting your office furnitureLet’s face it, many of us choose to work from home because we can’t stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look like, well, a cubicle farm? This office in a bedroom looks spectacular
“night stand” — cmsmitty24
Peninsula Construction Ltd.
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23rd Ave
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cubicles and light colors
Three cubicles
“Cubbies” — sunwave1
Sculleries of Stockbridge
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Family bathroom in Edinburgh townhouse
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glass shower cubicle
“Cupboard” — dearmimi
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Colin Cadle Photography
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Collingwood
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En-suite shower room designed with simple, clean lines. Stunning duplex apartment in a converted Victorian Villa, Torquay, South Devon. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
“tiles” — smpower65
Luigi Rosselli Architects
Paddington Terrace House
Ideabooks16
Questions0
modern shower cubicle
“The tiles” — Jodie Gehl
Godrich Interiors
Notting Hill
Ideabooks29
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shower cubicle
“Bath” — paulsultana10
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Shades of Gray
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Shower cubicle
“Douche extérieurs” — Hélène Lévesque
Lucy Johnson Interior Design
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks8,427
Questions4
3. Stare into the distance. Most people stare at computer screens and cubicle walls all day. But it's important to look up from your work and stare several yards into the distance. This allows your eyes rest. The 20-20-20 rule
“Desk” — lperry53
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