I’ve already shown you what my office doesn’t look like. Would you like to see the way it does look now?
The new storage is comprised of two , and knobs from Anthropologie. I framed a giant print of Eleanor because that photo just cracks me up. I credit with the idea to frame such a large portrait, though she has been enamored with the idea since seeing . And really, I should give credit to my uncle too, a former professional photographer who has a similarly scaled photo of my sister and me as kids in his dining room.
My cubes (an ) have been moved across the room. They’re now where my desk used to be.
There’s a big open space in the middle of the room for Eleanor to play. Eventually we’d like to add either a play kitchen or a table and chairs for her.
Adding a second outlet to the room only cost $100, and it was well worth it. I was so limited when planning the layout before, and I love my desk’s new location.
The main reason I wanted a new desk was so that I could fit my keyboard and my together on a pull-out tray. The is working out nicely, and it was on sale in the store when I bought it. And isn’t that awesome? I found it via .
Of course, all of this office rearranging is merely an intermediary step. I want to paint (the walls and the trim), and I would like a new rug and matching lamps. I’m leaning toward the ones I just wrote about (granny chic style). Still, the office already feels so much better.