So, as most of your know, I’m now a happy & stressed Interior Design student. It was a little bit more of a undertaking than I thought so I decided that working from bed or the couch wasn’t the best idea for a student that wants to succeed so i’ve started to design a work area for myself.
Now, keep in mind this is no where near my “dream” work area, but it is items around my house that I’ve made into a makeshift desk area for schooling & work. This desk was actually a sofa table we made a client that didn’t quite work out, so I’m currently using it as a desk until it sells. But here is the desk I actually want:
I want mine to be a longer version about 7 feet in length so I have ample room for decor, my computer and printer. I also want it stained in our custom beachwood mix, or painted white – haven’t decided that yet. Here is what I currently have going on and I’m going to describe to you what I want in this space
It’s nothing super spectacular but it works for now & I have a great view while I’m at it. I think the worst thing ever is working with no view, it’s the worst and so uninspiring. This is actually a little alcove in my bedroom. It’s a 2.5′ x 8′ space and I originally had planned to make it into a seating area to read our bibles, but a work space is more pressing.
For my “dream” desk, I would have this cow print chair, the desk I showed you above with sage plants, some vintage art hanging on the right wall, a wreath hanging between the windows & my drop sheet curtains, tutorial here.
Thanks for popping on the blog today to hang out. It’s a bit of a whirlwind of a day for us ( I mean, when isn’t it!? ) We have a few big deliveries today & picking up furniture and running around with our heads cut off.
Let me know what you think of my dream desk plan, it would be so wonderful to work in such a place!