Author(s): Caroline Clifton-Mogg
For some of us it's a small desk in the corner of a kitchen or living room, for others it's a selfcontained home office, but we all need a space we can call our own - where we can catch up on emails, tackle household admin or enjoy some crafting. In A Space of My Own, Caroline Clifton-Mogg shows you how to make the most of your personal work space. Part 1, explores The Elements that make up a successful work area: from choosing the right Furniture and Lighting, to attractive Storage and Decoration to create an environment that truly brings out the creativity in you. Part 2 is about The Spaces as a whole, showing examples of Home Offices, Shared Work Spaces, Sewing & Craft Rooms and Space for Children & Teens. Featuring innovative case studies, it provides ideas and inspiration which can be easily translated into your own home. Because personal work space should be both practical and inspiring, and, quite simply, the more it is designed around your needs and tastes, the more inspired you will be.
Caroline Clifton-Mogg is an acclaimed journalist and author who writes about interior design among other subjects. She contributes to magazines such as House & Garden and Telegraph Magazine. Her books include French Country Living, The Comforts of Home and All in the Detail.