Whether you’re a freelancer working from home or simply like an extra space to organize your things, you’ll love some of these inspirations we’ve found floating around the web!
1. Keep it fresh + open!
Keeping your workspace filled with natural light and bright colors will help give you that extra motivation to get to the office every day. Natural light will leave you feeling more awake and focused as opposed to a dark and unnatural lit setting.
2. Use those nooks!
Even if you don’t have an extra room to convert into an office, try making use of those small spaces and get organized. Convert an under the stairway area to a great place to work and organize your books, papers, etc. for an out of the way office space.
3. Decorate the walls
Making your office feel creative can help inspire those juices to flow every day. Decorating your office will give that space your unique touch and make your workspace more comfortable on even your most stressful days.
Photos collected via Pinterest and can be found in our “Office Space Decor” board!
Photos from top to bottom >>
1) via abeautifulmess.com
2) via centsationalgirl.com
3) via apartmenttherapy.com
4) via howtodecorate.com
What holiday projects are you planning this year?
It’s that time of year where things may become hectic with the holidays rolling around the corner, but with all this time off from work – why not take advantage of the time and finally redo that basement or extra room!
As Better Homes and Gardens writes in their “Holiday Home Projects” article:
Whether your region brings ice and snow or clouds and rain during winter, chances are your outdoor living space will spend a good portion of the season out of commission. If your time indoors leaves you feeling a little crowded, look to your basement for room to roam. Finishing a basement offers a great way to extend your living space and also gives a higher return on investment than many other home projects. Whether you’re planning on selling your home come spring or you just need more space to live, consider finishing your basement.
So why not hire an Interior designer and leave the work up to them this holiday season! What better present to give yourself or your family than a new place to be without evening leaving your home!
Visit A Beautiful Room Interiors for more information on their design deals and this seasons holiday specials.
Looking for a fun and new way to display photos, notes, or your childrens artwork?
With Rust-Oleum Magnetic Primer, apply three coats to any surface and then top it with your favorite latex paint – you choose the color! Or try topping it with Benjamin Moore Chalkboard Paint for a multi-use surface.
The magnetic primer will give your wall the ability to act as an extra space to display almost anything with magnets!
Check out some fun ideas we’ve found around the world-wide-web!
1* Use Rust-Oleum Magnetic Primer as a base before topping it with a chalkboard paint to make displaying notes + photos fun in the main entry way for all!
2* Use the Magnetic Primer and your favorite latex paint to make a creative space to share photos in your workspace.
3* Used in your child’s bedroom or playroom to have a special way to display their school work, art, and get their creative juices flowing with letter / word magnets!
Introducing in-house interior designer, Nina McCarthy & her company: A Beautiful Room, LLC.
New to the blog we’ll be adding posts featuring Before & After photos of previous projects Nina has completed, along with recommendations of her beautifully done renovations and designs.
*You can find a link to her website and more information about Nina on the menu bar above.