This landing nook was made into a study area bathed in natural light from the vast warehouse windows,

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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to How to Design a WFH Office in Your Balcony or Garden28 October 2020

Find the right furnitureYou are going to be spending a considerable amount of time here, so investing in ergonomically designed furniture is key. While choosing the materials go for weatherproof ones like outdoor resin, or teak. Keep in mind that you may have to coat the teak with polish every two or three years, depending on the weather around your place. For the outdoor fabric, heavy nylon or vinyl canvas fabric makes for a great choice.

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