New home…new office – and I’ve been taking the transformation of mine relatively seriously. If it’s a nice relaxing environment, I will want to go in there every morning and work – right? Decorating the office is like working, while actually avoiding it. It was a lot of fun and I think it’s worth it.
First, I’ll show you what it looked like when I started. It was our spare bedroom, and although the colours were nice, it wasn’t somewhere I’d want to work. (There’s a desk round that corner by the way, a small one).
Here’s the finished room…
And from the other way:
Should be easy to finish book 2 in there, right?! For reading/procrastinating, I have my very own book nook, with this incredible view:
Here’s some of the little details I found around Jakarta or made:
My new book is a about a war photographer, hence the vintage cameras. And that’s Benjamin Franklin’s work routine chart, next to a list of things I need to do!
I just hope my infatuation with my new nest lasts long enough to finish the first draft!
I love looking at other people’s writing/working spaces. What’s yours like? Here’s a gallery of the inspiration I used for mine on Pinterest.