I have always been good at concentrating. Until I had my little girl. Now it seems I can't keep two thoughts together. There are so many things battling for my attention: emails, calls, to-dos, things to fix, things to pick-up, meetings, and of course a little girl, Ms. A. I guess this comes with the multiple personas I fill: wife, mother, friend, playmate, school volunteer, event chair, director, daughter, cook, chauffeur.....you get it, you've been there/are there. So you can imagine when I saw this desk by GamFratesi for Ligne Roset in the New York Times last week.
|Rewrite Workstation by GamFratesi for Ligne Roset via 3rings|
Cool right?! It reminds me of when I was in high school and used to go the library to study. I used to get a little booth with little walls similar to the ones this desk has. Except those were straight. I love that this rewrite desk is like a cocoon. The top is fiberglass with foam and wool upholstery helping block some sound and making for an intimate working space. I would be so much more efficient with a desk like this! I know I would! You would feel isolated from the rest of the world. And that is a luxury.
I personally use the West Elm Parson's desk. I have 2 making a "L" shape. I love them, but this cocoon, well, it would be so neat! what kind of a work desk do you use?
Read more about the desk here.
P.S. This is Albertina....its signed Mimosa Lane....we are still working out all the kinks!