Carlos A. Kessell
If you’re a designer, illustrator, writer or anything creative, one of the best things you can do to stay productive is to set-up your office into a place that you’ll be excited to work in everyday. After searching online for examples of a home office space, I noticed that most websites show primarily high end decor. But really, you don't need much; a handful of picture frames, a few shelves and some knickknacks that inspire you. A plain and boring work space is actually more distracting than an energetic and inspiring one.
By carefully considering the design and decor of your home office, you can create the inspiration you need to complete a successful days work.
Below are images of my workspace.