Something about taking down the Christmas tree makes me want to clean and organize everything. After all of the wrapping paper is thrown away and the sparkles from the ornaments are vacuumed up, there is a renewed sense of space. It feels like the right time to start fresh, with a clean slate, and prepare for the New Year. I’ve been searching for new office shelving and a work table so I can spread out all of my work (and so I can stop screen printing t-shirts in the kitchen).
Every once in a while I get the urge to redecorate. Since I can’t afford to right now, I’ve settled on compiling some photos and I’ll come back to them when I’m ready. It satisfies my urge so I can move onto something else, like work. Enjoy!
I’m always sad when fall comes around. I miss the warm sunny days even before they’re gone. There is something nice about the crisp, fall air, though, and I can certainly appreciate the beauty in the changing leaves. But the one thing that bothers me most about fall is the super-depressing home decor. I find all of the oranges, reds, and browns to be dark, burnt and dreary. If I were ever to be hired as an interior designer, I’d love to incorporate bright whites, neutrals, and blues with a just a ‘touch’ of fall. Here are some design ideas for those who agree:
There is something so motivating about a beautiful office! Wishing I had the time / money / room to create a dream space to work in. Here are some inspiring photos that I will put to good use, one day…