WFH | Gallery: Your creative colleagues have offices you need to see

WFH | Gallery: Your creative colleagues have offices you need to see

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Nina Bates, director of operations and strategic initiatives in the Office of the Provost, is one of several University employees who have converted ironing boards into standing desks.
Nina Bates, director of operations and strategic initiatives in the Office of the Provost, is one of several University employees who have converted ironing boards into standing desks.

Breakfast bars. Ironing boards. A garage. A "lofftice" (you'll see).

University employees have come up with some rather inventive ideas for making working from home a little more – sorry – workable.

Lo Que Pasa figured this would be the case, and we asked for your photos. Just like the pics of pets and kids, there was no shortage of shots of our colleagues' home offices.

We've collected them in this gallery. Have a look – you might get some ideas for renovating your own space.

And if you want to see how your work space measures up ergonomically, see this related article.

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