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This post has been on my ‘to do’ list for the LONGEST time! I’m so glad that I can finally get to it. I’ve written a post about my workspace before, as seen here. But since getting my new FABULOUS office chair, the Agnes Side Chair from Stylish Furniture & Decor, I’ve been itching to do an updated post on my workspace.
As you’ll see, some things have changed and others remained the same. So here I am – sharing with you (again) all the things that live in my workspace… my treasured personal items, things that I adore, my inspirations, diy pieces, etc.
Sit back and enjoy b/c there are tons of images!
Above the computer is a DIY (brass nail head bordered) vision board. Here’s the tutorial post. Another DIY? The lace curtains sewn by the hubby!
Below are some of the items currently residing on the vision board.
Calendar designed by yours truly.
A good way to decorate a narrow and tall wall is to stack prints vertically. Here’s a tutorial post on the DIY rose lanterns.
My husband is the MOST resourceful person I know. Several items in our home were custom made by him including our set of couch! Yes, the man can actually sew (!) Anyhow, living in the city, we are space deprived. In order to maximize this little nook in our room, he made this walnut desk to fit perfectly into the space.
And when I say custom built, I mean from SCRATCH. He draws the sketch (yes, he has an engineer degree although he doesn’t practice it professionally), cuts the wood, sands the rough edges, adheres the veneer, and glosses the surface! He is an absolute perfectionist! More so than I could ever be.
It’s been ages since I’ve read a book. This little Shakespeare book is next on my bucket list.
So what’s in that white cabinet of ours? In each drawer are little white baskets acting as compartments to house little random things. I call these our ‘junk’ drawers. Thought it would be cool to add some shoe action in this shot so I busted out these cool black leather booties.
Do you have a workspace where you can create and let your creative juices flow? Also, what do you love the most/least about your space? Please share!
Til next post, Kellie