This room is at the top of my ‘had the most fun’ room. It, of course, is modeled somewhat on my own dining-room-turned-into-my-home-office in my real house. The only downside is that the stairs leading up from the second floor to the attic take up a lot of room. 😦I went all out with this room and it was so much fun creating it. It does have three Macs, as they are my favorites in real life and I stumbled over someone who recreates the older Macs – making it in my scale was done especially for me and I love it!I even included empty boxes with packing material – again, just like my real home office!The cabinets are all customized for this room. I used another piece of laminate sample to make the countertops.The wood floors are real wood and I was able to patch together enough to just cover the floor. A shot down the staircase – you can see the front doors.
Both computers are setup with their own keyboards and mice,, made of modeling clay. The cabinet in between has a printer with a sheet of paper coming out of it and some extra reams of paper below it.Hard to see, but there is another set of mini blinds behind the computers. Made them myself.A closeup of some of the details… includes a power strip and cables plugged into it.The side cabinet shows the wastebasket and a jar of pens and pencils. Another shot of the office chair.I found a lot of vintage Apple posters and have adorned the walls. Here is a good shot of the original 1984 Mac. And what home office is complete without a plant?A nice shot of the staircase. I was really happy with how it – and the stairs – turned out. It sort of feels like the “usual” home office is usually crammed into a corner or unused space in the attic.
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