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rwalton5

Thank you, Laura. These all look like real working spaces. Far better than the silly over-styled nooks some designers present.

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My Bespoke Room
We've been meaning to update our workspace for a while now and these are definitely giving us a kick up the arse to do so!
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Wanda Halpert

A real working office at home is now a reality with more and more remote jobs globally. I am going to redo my space and make it as beautiful as these photos.


   
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