We're in the midst of planning a home-office revamp.
Or should I say, I'm planning a home office revamp. Mike is mostly nodding along.
My work is really ramping up (woo) so it's time to get serious about organizing things into a cohesive office space. I've always admired this room from Domino, so let's talk about why.
1. Lightweight roman shades allow natural light to shine in and embraces the rooms airy feel.
3. No room is complete without a plant. This one has great texture. Here are a few more great options from The Sill.
4. A stylish yet practical office chair. This one looks like a Fabricius & Kastholm beauty, but there are plenty of other options out there.
1. $5,400 White High Back Tulip Chair by Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kasholm | 1stdibs
2. $129 Orbit White Arm Chair | CB2
3. $599 Nelson Swag Leg Armchair | Design Within Reach
4. $1,452.65 Cherner Task Chair | Design Within Reach
5. $307.99 Swan Adjustable White Leatherette Leisure Chair | Overstock
6. $159.42 Wood Leg White Accent Chairs (Set of 2) | Overstock
5. An architectural console provides extra counter space for ongoing projects (no table of mine would ever be this clean).
6. The glass-top allows the desk to float in the middle of the room without blocking the eye (beware cord lovers).
1. $239.91 Lohmann Gold and Clear Glass Coffee Table | Lamps Plus (not a desk but great looking and an amazing price)
2. $799 Architect Desk | One Kings Lane
3. $825 Vivienne Reversible Desk | One Kings Lane
4. Mark G Desk | Worlds Away
5. $499 Ava Metal Desk | Pottery Barn
6. $649 Customize-It Simple A-Frame Desk | PBTeen
7. I love a small vase for flowers. Simply fill it with roses and call it a day. In a pinch? Sub in pretty glass for the same effect.
8. Leaning art and mirrors against the wall is an unexpected way to add interest to a room.
9. These floors. Drool.