Don’t tell my husband, but it all started with a new tape dispenser.
I was shopping online for some new office accessories that were, well, not so ugly, and I came across this acrylic little beauty. When it arrived in the mail, I was shocked at just how pretty it was.
So I started thinking, how inspiring would it be if every single object that surrounded me while I worked had the same feel? Only one way to find out! Afterall, a designer deserves good design too, right?
And so I began to carefully build a space that was light and airy, complete with a spot for every catalog, fabric sample, and file folder. I challenged myself to keep it within a modest budget but maintain a high-end look. Here’s the end result.
Ribba picture ledges make for a perfect sample wall.
A proper chair makes all the difference. The Dirk High Back by Eurostyle.
A little DIY project- a few yards of fabric, a staple gun, some cork tiles, and an old panel from my painting days made for this custom pinboard.
Can’t help but add some sparkle!
This Extra Large Rubbermaid Bento Tray from Target does double duty as both stackable project tray and desktop organizer.
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