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What happens in this home studio?

Through the Home Office Keyhole Part 3 – a corner of a home studio

Home studio - Through the home office keyhole 3Our Through the Home Office Keyhole series continues with this glimpse into a home studio. What goes on here, I wonder?

You may like to click on the photo to see it full size. There’s a pile of paper here, but that’s true of most home offices. The magnifying lamp tells us that detail is important. What could be the significance of the maps?

Leave a comment below to share what you think goes on in this home studio, and why you’ve come to that conclusion. We’ll reveal who it is next Tuesday, after the bank holiday. Over to you, Sherlocks 🙂

PS Our mystery home worker has now been revealed – click here to find out who you’ve been peering at Through the Home Office Keyhole!

Previously in the series we’ve had a freelance copywriter and farm B&B owners. Would you like to challenge our home working community to guess what you do? First we need a photo or short video (Vine or Instagram, for example) of your home workspace, whether it’s a home studio like today, a corner of the kitchen table, a garden office or under the stairs.

And then when your identity is revealed, we need another photo showing you at work, plus some information about what you do and your home working routine. Get in touch if you’d like us to peer Through Your Home Office Keyhole!

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4 Comments on "What happens in this home studio?"

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  1. Sharon says:

    Designer who creates art from maps

  2. Alan says:

    I’m going for cartographer or someone who creates decoupage from old maps