“Secret Window, Secret Beach”: The Desk Areas In This Home Have Little Windows To Distract You With Views Of The Beach

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Photography by Moris Moreno

When Traction Architecture were designing this beachfront home in Anna Maria, Florida, they included little wood-framed windows in two of the desk areas, that perfectly frame the view of the beach, allowing you to daydream when you should be working or studying.

h/t: contemporist

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Photography by Moris Moreno

And if daydreaming through a small window isn’t enough for you, both rooms also have built-in window seats (with storage!) to sit on and enjoy even larger windows of the beach view.

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Photography by Moris Moreno

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