How would you describe your overall space?
Cozy, white. It’s actually bigger than my last space, so I am very happy to have more room to work with. My ever-expanding business ventures and hobbies are starting to catch up with me in terms of “stuff”. I have recently developed this “problem” where I won’t buy anything that’s not white. I’m having color issues...
In terms of layout and organization of your work space, what are specific details that you’re particularly proud of?
I am mostly proud of the fact that my business efforts have been successful enough to warrant a useful home office.
What’s on your desk/computer desktop at this moment?
Desk: Coffee, bowl of cereal and messy papers that Beans, my dog (pictured in photo), decided to eat while I was out.
Desktop: Logo PDF comps of our parent company logo from my designer and photos of my living room so I can Photoshop some curtain options.
I keep a pretty clutter-free desk and desktop when I can otherwise I feel overwhelmed.
Any tips or advice about office décor, layout or organization?
Understand how you work before you begin arranging your furniture, decorating, or buying anything expensive. Even though something might look good, it could potentially be in the way and hinder your productivity. I move things around all the time until I figure out what works best.
- Stendig Calendar is from Unica Home
- Paintings were a commission by Andrea Heimer
- Ochi print by Michelle Armas
- Midday Rest deer print by Alena Hennessy
- Women by shower drawing by my husband’s grandfather
- Beach photo by my mother
- Framed postcard of my grandmother’s hometown in Germany
- Painting on the easel by me
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