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A Marvelous Brooklyn Loft Made for Working From Home

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This airy, 3,500-square-foot Brooklyn loft designed by local firm Elizabeth Roberts Design (and first spotted by MyDomaine) seems like an absolute paradise for those working from home. Think about it: a typical day might start all motivated and serious at the snug office nook with ample desk space, shelves, and a sliding door that can promise total quiet and focus. Then mid-morning one might grab a snack and more coffee at the crisp white kitchen counters, ditching, perhaps, the shiny bar stools for some much-needed "standing desk" time.

Some time later, one could move on to the small dining table, taking care to sit facing the double doors to what looks like a yard to relax and refresh the eyes. Lunch time could be spent out in the yard, soaking up vitamin D on a good day. And the afternoon could be all about laid-back working in the open living area, where lounging options include two sofas, a hanging rattan chair, and a fluffy white rug. According to the project statement, the owners of this place are a chef and sculptor couple who wanted a comfortable home that will also serve as a functional workspace. Mission accomplished, we'd say.

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