Here is a super cool home office that may help you hide yourself away and get some work done, and no one will know if you are just having fun surfing the web thanks to the semi shrouded concept. I think it really creates bit of personal space surrounded by tasteful panels available in muted tones as to not get your mind racing. The fabric tones used here really are soothing and complimentary to the light wood frame. With the smaller electronic devices of today, this is the perfect size workstation for a bedroom or small home office.
The Koya Desk from Ligne Roset certainly has that unique look they and their designers are well known for. In this case it was Marie-Christine Dorner who has some serious project to her credit including street furniture for the city of Nîmes, designs for le Mobilier National. The design is really quite simple and is made far more interesting thanks to the use of the natural wood grains of the Ash wood and the different tones from white to anthracite.
As you can see the look is quite different when the softer colors are changed to the more masculine darker greys and wood tones to match. This desk could easily mix into a real modern stark interior or into a softer transitional environment as well. We also like the one curvy post with the wooden bird on top as a nice touch of contrasting shapes and class. I can see myself adding additional surroundings if I had this and possibly some state of the art super small speakers, then I would really get some work done. The Koya is available for 1 609 €