AT A corner of my study room—now my work-from-home office—is a second-hand console table holding a Keurig coffee machine given by my sister Kathleen three years ago. To replicate the pantry in our Lenskart office, I've include a bone-china tea jug that I once found in the cellar of my brother's apartment building in Toronto. Aluminum containers carry assorted tea sachets, while the table's drawers contain coffee packs and my daily medicines.
The Lenskart office pantry was a few steps away from my desk. Having this coffee/tea table replicates that. This way, I continue with my office habit of having a coffee (or tea) break away from my desk. Literally.