“Three’s company” was a huge 80’s sitcom where 3 roommates share the same apartment and while at it, learn how to cope with each others life… I have to say that, now that I have 3 girls mingling around my apartment, sometimes it feels like I’m living a spin-off of this story with a huge difference in ages (here 9, 3, 2!)
Having established this
chaos situation, and because it seems that the littlest ones love to practice “track and field”, I had to move my “office” with a gorgeous city view, to a corner (literally speaking). But if I was going to move and change this view, I had to gain something in return, wouldn’t you agree?
Well, in comes Target and some gorgeous accents (a few in a very good price!) to upgrade this sad future office corner.
Sometimes the smallest accessory can make a great statement in decoration. I’ve been holding to this beetle for sometime. Now I know it finally found its place in this house, other than a side table.
|These Umbra Loft Photohangers are ideal for hanging fabric samples, small pieces of art besides the common photography.|
|I’ve found many uses for this basket. But the latest one is of a mood board. One of the perks of it being a basket is having the opportunity to take it off the wall and directly to the client after all the materials and inspiration has been gathered. Just as I’m about to do with this project for client’s master room (details coming in a near future!). Fabrics are from U-Fab (except the one that reads “swatch”) and the small square art from Emily Jeffords.|
|I also framed a “Thank You” card from Wink (American Greetings) using cork in the background. The same goes for the arrow from a past collection of Nate Berkus line at Target.|
While completing my “office corner“, I found that if perhaps I spray painted some of my supplies with a gold color, they will add a bit of glam to this area. So I did paint the stapler and letter sorter with Rust-Oleum Specialty Metallic in Gold. Loving it!
|The transformation from a lifeless nook to a happy little office corner.|
Hope you enjoyed this quick office corner upgrade. Would love to know know what you think of it! Share your thoughts!
Christa DickersonApril 16, 2014 at 12:51 pm
I LOVE this idea! I too have a teeny corner "office" in our apartment and I can tell you that mine does not look half as organized as yours! Also, I love the golden beetle, I'll be on the lookout to grab one for myself!
Gloribell LebronApril 16, 2014 at 2:23 pm
Wow Christa, how quickly was this response from the post. I'm sooooooooo happy you liked it. Isn't that beetle a cute accent! Hey, and between you and me, my office doesn't look like this everyday, hahahaha. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
AnonymousApril 17, 2014 at 6:12 pm
what screen saver is this for your mac?
Gloribell LebronApril 17, 2014 at 6:15 pm
Hello there! It is called Fliqlo. Here is the link and hope it works http://9031.com/goodies/#fliqlo. Thanks for stopping by!
Lindsay AmabileApril 19, 2014 at 3:59 am
I love your little office space! I'm loving the gold accents. Beautiful photos, too.
Gloribell LebronApril 21, 2014 at 6:01 pm
Thank you so much, Lindsay. I think the gold accents is what makes this small space to easy to love! A bit of glam, perhaps?!?! Have a great week ahead.
BrandiApril 24, 2014 at 7:50 pm
I love the changes you made to your office space. You have such great taste. I love the style of your home. Happy to meet you here!
Gloribell LebronApril 24, 2014 at 8:03 pm
Oh, thank you Brandi!!! I'm the one who's happy to have your visit in my blog. Appreciate your lovely comment!
Tiffany Leigh Interior DesignMay 9, 2014 at 12:17 am
What a gorgeous transformation. But especially that beetle on the wall. You know how I feel! xox
Gloribell LebronMay 9, 2014 at 2:41 pm
Thank you so much Tiffany for your kind comment. I know all about the beetle hahahaha! Have a great weekend.
Regina Melo-JocknevichMay 28, 2014 at 10:36 am
Love it Gloribell, it has a modern & chic look with a 'cozy feeling'.
Gloribell LebronMay 28, 2014 at 11:07 am
Loved how you perfectly described my decor intentions. Thank you so much Regina!