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Workspace Inspiration | Vol. 1

Workspace Inspiration | Vol. 1

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It's no secret that a thoughtfully designed workspace can elevate the mood and optimize your workflow.

To inspire your daily setup, we are launching Workspace Inspiration, a series to showcase the minimal and elegant desks of today's working creatives.

From interior designers to content creators and curators, here are 15 inspiring workspaces:

As an interior designer and content creator, Anna's (@taannamadwochsynow) workspace is inspired by muted colors, simplicity, and Scandinavian design.

N.Team (@n.team.design), a Ukraine-based interior firm, designs a monochromatic reading nook that is carefully positioned to last through the years.

As a data scientist doing remote work, Julia's (@juliakbrou) workspace for the day is filled with sun and greenery in Barcelona, Spain.

Creative director, and fashion content creator, Naufal (@falzuh) integrates men's style and minimalism in his daily workspace.

Italy-based architecture and interior firm, Studio Didea (@studio_didea) designs a structured, workspace with a wooden shelving unit.

Kerri (@kerr_webb) is an interior designer and content creator that designs mindful content and calm spaces in her Ottawa, Canada home.

Lauren and Nick from Sunday Hours (@sundayhours) maintain a clean and monochromatic workspace to produce lifestyle content for brands.

Deskspace inspiration account, Minimal Setups (@minimalsetups) features a neutral pastel workspace for two (photo by Roman Kot).

Indonesia-based founder and director, Agi (@agiputraaspian), completes his black and white, minimalist workspace with his ISM Backpack.

Berlin-based interior blogger, photographer, and shop owner, Doitbutdoitnow (@doitbutdoitnow), incorporates an array of plants to her wire shelving unit.

Loft4C (@loft4c) designs a clean, futuristic office space (featured on @desk.inspo).

Fashion and lifestyle content creator, Mooka (@thegrayhaus), captures the space in which her creativity flows best—a moody, desk set-up.

Interior designer, shop owner, and photographer, Katharina (@__katharinamaria), works from a bright, white office with crafted pieces and neutral colors.

Content creator and creative director, Darren (@mrdrowlands), shoots a workspace filled with antique pieces and framed images of historical figures.

Nikolay (@nicolay.t) of the Beauty of Technology (@beautyoftechnology) designs a clean and minimal workspace, with functional and aesthetically-designed tech tools to complete the look.