Switching things up from sitting to standing keeps the blood flowing and, according to studies, can help prevent illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Here's how to incorporate some standing room in your office space at home.
We don't know who invented the pouf, but we praise them for their ingenuity. A pouf is endlessly versatile. It can anchor a room as a coffee table, double as extra seating for guests and be a great place to kick up your feet at the end of the day.
She currently resides in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with husband, Heath, and their sweet-as-honey yellow lab, Elliott. We took a peek inside her 750-square-foot apartment, for an inspiring look at living large in small spaces.
Strategically place window boxes on different sides of the house to grow sun-tolerant and shade-tolerant plants. Window planters are ideal for herb gardens. Consider using a kitchen window if possible, so you can grab a bunch of cilantro, basil or rosemary while cooking.
Good storage is key to making a smaller space look and feel larger. Start with the area under your furniture. Find plastic storage boxes in various sizes, and use them under your sofa, under your bed, and beneath chairs and dressers.
A home office feels much less office-y when bordered by these night-black, lacelike panels. Delicate cutouts of flora and fauna form an inviting threshold while casting playful shadows on the floor. So practical and so dreamy.