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How to make a simple office so… my own mine?

Once I spotted this office, I decided altogether that I should check it out a bit more and find out what it is that makes it constantly crowded with loud people dropping by for a laugh. Is it the slightly decorated walls, with the clumsy painted Europe map, all the Cuba memories on the walls or just the smiling girl typing at the computer?

In Anete's office...

Have somebody seen Anete?

Apparently the perfect combination for such an office is a smooth mixture between the elements mentioned above, between personal, yet mysterious touch. Well, this kind of office and place belongs to our Latvian editor, Anete.

Her favourite object in the office is the picture of Himalaya behind her desk. “It is from the Russian painter and philosopher Nicholas Roehrich. His pictures have always inspired me. At some point it also turned out that a picture of a mountain behind one’s desk gives strength and protection according to the principles of Feng Shui”.

Well, with a bit of a more personal note, she went on… “Both pictures with the Cuban musicians are a spontaneous present from my brother. I saw them on the floor at his place, liked them and he said – you can have them. They are cheerful and remind me of my brother.

The perfect combination for such an office is a smooth mixture between the elements mentioned above, between personal, yet mysterious touch.

Although preserving the same charm, this is yet a different type of office than the ones I have seen so far. It is simple, personal, yet gives a bit of mysterious taste. It belongs to Anete… and I am heading again for the laughs!

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