Posted: 15 May 2013 07:00 AM PDT
The conventional wisdom says that you should do what you love and do it often. If fortunate enough that this is the case professionally, there exists a presumption that taking the odd piece of work home, or indeed, working from home will rarely present as a problem. In order to establish an environment conducive to productivity, one should first consider the optimum position of a home office. In addition to breathtaking views the following workspaces capitalize on natural light, keep window treatments and decorative touches minimal and often incorporate elements of the natural world, such as potted plants and cut flowers. Obviously not everyone can do this but let’s take a look at the lucky few blessed with views like this.
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