1. Desk Chair | 2. Desk Chair | 3. Marble vinyl adhesive | 4. Ikea – Micke Desk | 5. Ikea – Alex Desk | 6. Montclair Executive Writing Desk | 7. Ikea – Linnmon/Finnvard Desk | 8. Glass Sphere Terranium |9. Antique Brass and Marble Task Lamp |10. Harvest Leaf Table Lamp | 11. Brass Wall planter
As any Girl Boss, blogger or small business owner that works from home knows, it’s sometimes hard separating home life from work. In running a small business with my husband, my downfall is constantly choosing my dining room table as my designated workspace. The result = papers everywhere!!
Whether you’re an entrepreneur working from home, or just need a quiet corner to create and plan, here are some home offices that have inspired me, and hopefully you, to create a chic work space of your own!
If you’re a girl who loves clothes and shoes and has built up a considerable wardrobe there’s no doubt at some point you’ve run into the issue of not enough space for storage! When I fell in love with my little 1940’s bungalow, I had to come to terms with the fact that a standard walk in closet was not in the cards for me. If this sounds familiar to you, and you’re longing for a bigger closet, why not get creative and use a spare bedroom to create a dream walk in closet!
A headboard is one of the quickest ways to make a master bedroom feel complete and, dare I say it, more “adult”. It can also add much needed design elements to your room. But… finding the right headboard to match your combined style can be expensive and not to mention time consuming! We decided that making our own headboard was a great idea for our master bedroom makeover. You can easily create a beautiful, rustic headboard for a fraction of what it would cost to purchase. Bonus, this headboard required minimal power tools so if you’re like me, you can do a lot of the work yourself!