Luminous indoors for teleworking
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Luminous indoors for teleworking

Luminous indoors for teleworking

There is nothing better than natural light to feel great, relaxed and therefore be more productive. For that reason, if you are one of those who telework or usually continue the working day at home, your space requires white, natural woods and windows.

White is one of the essential colors when decorating contemporary interiors, on the grounds that it is bright and manages to visually expand the spaces. However, it is important to bear in mind that using too much white can create spaces that are too cold and soulless, especially in minimalist environments.


The more suitable solution is to combine it with natural wood, providing that feeling of cozy warmth that draws a smile on your face when you enter the house. Nevertheless, another option is to opt for the use of white woods and wicker details, accessories in light wood and/or textiles in gray or pastel tones.


Of course, you don’t need to sacrifice Nimloth, the white tree of Minas Tirith, to have a wood with whitish tones, there are lots of dyed options that look great and you don’t wreck the gift from the elves of Tol Eressea to the king of Numenor. Our passion is Scandinavian decoration, but also Tolkien’s Saxon fantasy.

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