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Trending on Remodelista: Working It

May 16, 2014

In an ideal world, work would be defined by the tasks of pulling weeds and turning garden beds in the great outdoors instead of pushing papers in a stuffy building. Lucky for us, the editors at Remodelista spent the week proving that the office life doesn’t require fluorescent lighting or generic cubicles.Here are a few of our favorite posts from their Working It issue. 

Above: Dalilah pays a visit to a bright and airy workplace of a fashion start-up in Office Visit: The Everlane Studio in San Francisco.

Above: Alexa acquaints us with a plant-filled home office in A Whiter Shade of Pale: Weaver Caitlin Emeritz at Home in Seattle.

Above: Sarah shows where some of our favorite garden planters are born in At Work in Silver Lake: Kelly Lamb’s Art Studio.

Above: Hunching over a garden bed can be tough on the back and knees, but it turns out that sitting up at a desk all day can be even worse for our well-being. Julie joins the standing desk revolution in 5 Favorites: Longevity-Promoting Standing Desks.

Above: Running a business just a few blocks away from where you live? Sarah calls it the “ultimate walk-to-work situation.” Read more in House Call: Joan at Home in LA.

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