my apartment is boxy in every way possible: square living room/kitchen, square bedroom, rectangular bathroom. three rooms and not a whole lot of extra space. i don’t have a true workspace; in fact, i often fall into the not-so-great habit of laying down on the couch with my laptop instead of sitting up straight or working at my kitchen table.
so in looking for inspiration, i naturally turned to back issues of domino and blueprint — yes, i have a whole archive of both. that’s when i came across these photos of former blueprint editor sarah humphreys’ drop leaf table — isn’t it a lovely, space-saving option? a place that’s not the couch where i could eat dinner and type — adding it to my “ideas” folder, for sure. (click on the link for some more drop-leaf options, if you’d like.)
p.s. i have a thing for dining-room tables. i’ll write about it as thanksgiving — the ultimate dining-room-table holiday — gets closer. xoxo
images via blueprint magazine, which, yes, i still miss.