Comin’ atchya live from my home office today!
As a part time blogger and full time work from homer, I spend no less than 80% of my waking hours in this little yellow room so it is important that I get it just right. Althought I still have a few projects on the horizon for this room it is close enough for a reveal so come on in. Let me show you around.
I’ve had this little table for years. A past roommate left it behind. I can’t tell you how many times I considered selling it. I’m so glad I didn’t! The table is perfect for crafting and I don’t care how much paint/ink/glue I get on it plus it takes up minimal space.
The vintage area rug was found at an estate sale in the spring. I knew then that I wanted the color scheme for this room to be orange, green & yellow. The rug seemed to be a heavy, dark anchor for this otherwise light, bright room. Plus it was hand hooked and in great shape!
This might just me my favorite vintage little nook in the whole house. It is a close second to the sunroom anyway. Remember the orange bench? I have to tell you that I get the most feedback on that find. What a score!
The bench looks even better surrounded by these textiles. The only splurge and only brand new items in the entire room are the yellow rosette throw pillows. I found them at Target on my Missoni mission by another designer.
Let’s move over here and take a peek at the few modern pieces in the room. I found this armoire on sale a few years back and it now hides most of my craft supplies.
I like having a few dark espresso accents in the room like the coordinating frame that displays my print of Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss that I got on a trip to Vienna after graduating college. Who knew Gustav’s colors would go so well with my office? Oh and as you pass by, high five the antique glove mold that I found at the Brooklyn Flea.
Meet the girls. The grey antique dressform is Cecilia. She is a big boned girl who is adjustable in size. Did you spy the old wine rack down there on the floor? It holds fabric scraps.
Isabelle is our petite dressform. She’s a Singer made mold that replicates an actual (skinny) woman’s measurements. The original model’s name is in the mold. Cree-py. But these girls make great props.
Ok, reversing sides of the room now. Remember the dyed coffee filter wreath? Here she is again.
The reality is that I spend the majority of my time at this little built in desk. I love the architectural charm that is original to our 1949 house.
The desk is adjacent to the printing station which is housed in the vintage green cabinet. Don’t you love how I hide all of the office clutter?
And how could I not mention the pulldown school map of Pennsylvania? This map has influenced and shaped the color pallet of the entire room.
I am not sure which feature I love more. The orange & green school map or the orange bench on the opposite wall. What do you think?
Ok well thanks for visiting my office! I will keep you posted on upcoming projects in here.