I am currently desperately seeking a new office space. My business is growing and changing and we are busting at the seams (literally) with samples, client stuff and files. We really need a new home. I have always wanted a retail space, but can’t possibly add that to my plate right now, but would love something with a cool vibe, bright light and space to spread out. This collection of workspaces from Atlanta Homes Magazine both inspires me and makes me feel depressed about the current state of Erin Gates Design. Your work surroundings, especially when pursuing creative endeavors, really makes a big difference in morale, attitude and focus. So if anyone has any good leads, please let me know. In the meantime, check out these office spaces for inspiration:
Bobby McAlpine & Susan Ferrier
is beyond cool, especially the “cubicles” made of gorgeous draperies. The soothing, monochromatic palette is the perfect backdrop for design work. Who wouldn’t want to work here?
I’ve blogged about the insanely amazing work of D. Stanley Dixon before (check it out here), and no surprise, is a wonderful combo of antiques and clean lines, just like this work.
Love these files!
We keep our blueprints in baskets too!
I love the work of Suzanne Kasler, she’s someone whose business I’d like to emulate with her great product lines and beautiful homes. also would be on my wish list!
are a wonderful mix of dramatic and soothing. I love the stylish vibe in the client meeting area and then the streamlined organization in the work space.
I love how these guys took and made it feel cozy, bright and funky. Paint color can change EVERYTHING.