established in 1999
The focal point of this room should be the interesting angles. But the slanted ceiling, heavy furnishings, and non-descript layout make the walls seem to close in on this tiny, makeshift office.
The Solution: Remove the television and stand to add much-needed space. Empty the bookcase and move it to a taller wall to add height to the room. A taller, thin lamp emphasizes the height. Set the desk and computer at an angle to give the room depth. Separate sections of the small sofa, a vintage patio piece, to create more versatile seating. A room that once felt claustrophobic now feels stylish, fun, and functional.