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2. Cheap and cheerfulDesigner: The 80’s StudioOffice features: Two office chairs and two desk lamps mean that this space can also be used by two occupants, though the layout lends itself more to one worker and the occasional visitor using the room. Unlike the previous study, this more simple space features freestanding furniture, with the desk and cabinets looking like they may have hailed from the warehouse of a certain Swedish furniture kingpin.This space makes a lot more sense for those with a lower budget, or those renting and can’t install anything more permanent. It’s still bright and fresh, however, thanks to the pared-back colour scheme and the large white-screened window on the back wall. And oodles of open storage low down in the room make it an infinitely practical space, with everything easily accessible with just a casual roll across the timber floor.
5. What do you consider visually comfortable? Look colour rendering and glare control when you’re ready to shop for your light bulbs and fittings.Colour rendering means that the glow of your light doesn’t affect the real colour of the objects in the room. Choose fittings with good glare control, ie, a reflector, diffuser, or shade that reduces the light’s glare.