Office Space

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Exciting news folks!  I just (very) recently started a new job (on Friday).  It's a great move for me and I'm really happy to be on board with a great group of people.  A while back I did a post about decorating your work office here, but now that I am actually in my new space I've been looking for some inspiration to really make mine.  I want my work space to be organized, happy, and bright, but still with a little ME in there.  I've got a couple of things in the works already which are unique to this particular space, but have also been looking for some inspiration.  While for some reason I find it fun to torture myself drooling over spaces like this:
The reality is that I don't work from home sitting at a parsons desk swaddling myself in sheepskin, as dreamy as that sounds.  My actual work space already has furniture in it, so I've been scoping around town for inspiration in real life corporate offices.  Here's what I've come up with so far:

I'll update soon once I've had a chance to do a little more with my space!

1 comment:

  1. Remote workers need basic equipment to support their success. There are many different platforms and online resources that can replace or replicate what you’d do if you were actually in an office space.


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