I recently moved all my shoes out of my office and brought my books back in. You’ll see where the shoes went soon!
I’m a firm believer that the place we spend the majority of our time should be a reflection of who we are. In a creative environment, having reminders of your favorite things (inspiration, objects and otherwise) around you is important because it adds a sense of comfort and familiarity. When I’m at home at Wolfgang Manor, I spend the majority of my time in my office. This is the one space in the house that is completely mine; I can close the door, escape and create. My computer, printer, scanner, flat files, inspiration board, personal library and other essentials are organized throughout and all within quick reach when I’m creating. Here are some fresh snapshots of my creative space.
It’s only been in the last year that I’ve become a huge fan of fresh flowers. I love the dash of color they add to a mostly white space.
I have an IKEA shelf installed above my desk to display a handful of my favorite things since storage space is low. I also like how it adds a sense of dimension.
I tend to tack up magazine clippings and ads on my inspiration board on a regular basis.
I have my makeup and a fancy mirror that I found at Target a few years back in my office as well.
My two favorite perfumes of the moment as well as a mini Crystal Skull Vodka (a gift from my mom) rest on top of my flat files.
Thanks for joining me on this mini tour! If you have any questions about where specific pieces of furniture or items came from, I can answer those in the comments.