Room Anatomy

Room Anatomy | Sacramento Street

When it comes time to hunker down at home and be productive, Catherine Kwong’s home office has the perfect balance of style, order, and functionality. Minimizing clutter is essential to staying focused. Hide office essentials in closed cabinetry and use a few acrylic desk accessories to keep your space tidy. Paint or wallpaper the back of tall bookcases to add a vibrant and warm color to the space. Use a sculptural and yet functional desk lamp to eliminate glaring overhead lighting. Studies have shown that placing flowers near your workspace can make you calmer, more productive, and increase creativity! Rotate seasonal flowers in your favorite small vase or a simple silver mint julep cup.

This week’s Room Anatomy space was requested by one of our Room Anatomy followers. If you have a space you would like to see dissected on the Room Anatomy series as well, please email them to info@sacramentostreet.com.

Resources: Pure Home: Teal Paint | Minted: Black & White Artwork | Lighting Universe: Desk Lamp | CB2: Desk Accessories | 1st Dibs: Brass Bookends | Home Decorators: Decorative Boxes | Dot and Bo: Desk Clock | Restoration Hardware: Bookcase | DWR: Wishbone Chair (similar) | West Elm: Parsons Desk

Image Source: Rue Magazine by Bess Friday

Room Anatomy by Authenticity B. for Sacramento Street

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