I believe that you should make the area in which you work exciting, as well as functional…after all you spend the majority of your time within your working environment and I love to work surrounded by inspirations and loveliness.
With this in mind (and the move to my new workspace happening this weekend *happy dance*), I thought I would put a few images that I have gained inspiration from for my new space…
This stunning attic room conversion is the creation of Janae Hardy of her blog The Itsy Bitsy House. The stark white walls and floor are bought alive by the stream of natural light through the end window and the neutralness is off set by her lovely, bright collection of furniture, treasures and trinkets. What a gorgeous and calm space!
When you spend long hours at work, it’s important that you’re happy within the space you work in. The space has to be comfortable and somewhere that you can happily dwindle away the hours and this craft room is a haven in my eyes! It’s busting with trinkets and treasures and everywhere you look offers a source of inspiration, through a variation of colours, textures and visual delights.
What do you think? How do you make your workspace your own?
Kitchens are thought of as being the heart of the home. It’s the place where people congregate at parties and where a storm is cooked up! With this in mind, I always think that your kitchen should be one of the main spaces in your home to reflect your personality and interests.
Here are a few images that I’ve collected of beautiful kitchens for future inspiration. There is plenty more where this came from on my Kitchen Lovin’ Pinterest board.
With the amount of time that we spend at work I always think that it’s important for general wellbeing that you enjoy your job and all the aspects of it…this included where you work from. Whether it be a studio, a desk or a workshop I think it’s a must to be surrounded by your favourite things and to be comfortable in your surroundings.
I’ve put together a little office inspiration to kick off the working week with and would love to know how you personalise your work spaces!