Using a material like wood gives you a lot of freedom to work with shades, patterns, height and depth.
Photography by Bajirao Pawar, Styling by Natasha Agarwal

Randomised traditional wooden balusters, sliced and used as columns, gives Saket’s space an “India modern” feel

Wood Works: Make timber the hero in your workspace

by Tasneem Merchant Sep 14, 2015

A cosy and warm working environment can be achieved by employing an all-wood theme in the office. Make your atelier an inspiration filled room with these tips and tricks.

Wooden partitions divide the space in architect Saket Sethi’s studio. Eclectic accents dot the place while a dome armchair stands tall above the table. The fabric covered walls lend colour to the otherwise brown interiors.  An interesting ceiling adds drama. 

Add some lumber love to the work pace by putting up wooden slats on the walls and covering them in multihued textured fabrics. You can always replace the fabric whenever you want, thereby creating different looks in a cost effective manner. Carve out cavities in the wood to hold important items or travel souvenirs. 

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Randomised traditional wooden balusters, sliced and used as columns, gives Saket’s space an “India modern” feel