An update from our project in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The Retrouvius Design studio are doing the interiors of this rare Georgian building that looks out over the southernmost peninsular on the Isle of Harris.
Many of us have had to introduce an element of home working in the past 12 months. In their March issue House and Garden explore ways to create an attractive workspaces — featuring two Retrouvius designs.
Here, we explore them a little further...
Victorian red leather folios from a Museum's print archive are used to cover cupboard door fronts. We future proof by choosing tacks to adhere and use glue sparingly.
Our reclaimed iroko hardwood is used as desk joinery. Cigar moulds create character and provide enough grip to be used as drawer fronts.
This garden office for Henrietta Courtauld of The Land Gardeners has a day bed-come-seating area perched above storage.
Unsightly printers and cables are easy to access and just as swiftly hidden with curtains.