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This is an example of a small bohemian home studio in San Francisco with no fireplace and a built-in desk. —  Houzz
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Antonia Solari added this to 9 Trends that Reveal How We Might Live at Home in the Future6 July 2021

Multi-functionalityIn furnishings, multi-functionality is becoming increasingly popular. For years, office furnishings mimicked home furniture in terms of style and colour. Now, the reverse is happening: acoustic panels and sliding partitions previously used only to separate workspaces in offices are coming into homes. Desks at home are increasingly resembling those from the office, including set-ups that can be adapted from sitting to standing for better posture.

Melody Bay added this to How to Decorate For Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type (NFP)13 July 2017

If you’re an ENFP who can’t sit still for long, consider a standing desk. It doesn’t have to be expensive: even a shelf, like this one here, will do for someone who doesn’t require much space. Add a barstool for a seating option when you’re tired of standing.If you’d prefer more flexibility, another option is to purchase a desk with adjustable legs.Browse home office designs

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Kris G added this to Office Built In Desk28 September 2020

Simple idea for modular/sitting/standing height options

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