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A few weeks ago, you saw the Bellie’s office reveal. It was pretty great. The set-up suits me, The Bellie, pretty darn perfectly. It’s cozy, has plenty of work surface, and is also incredibly beautiful. Nellie likes it too, and we work there often, but she really wanted her own office to look more like spring. So we re-did her office space so we have 2 work options (or the option to work separately when we are annoying each other).
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Isn’t this work space great for her!? The chairs and table from 55 Downing Street are actually all-weather, so later this summer they may be taken outside for an outdoor workspace. But for spring, they work great in this small room. The room is only 5 feet wide, so finding a work space that would fit has been a challenge. This table was perfect! The chairs also don’t take up too much space, and can easily be folded down if we need to use the space for larger crafting projects.
We added just a couple pops of color to the room so it wasn’t so stark, and included a few antiques we love. The tool box at the foot of the table is filled with miscellaneous office supplies, like post-its and pens and small notebooks. That way, we don’t have to take up valuable real estate on the table with random office clutter. And it’s nicely hidden.
Do you remember this picture from 55 Downing Street? It’s Nellie’s favorite. So naturally it was included at a place of prominence in the new update. We decided to take the “less-is-more” approach to decorating and used only this one piece of artwork in the room. With such a tiny space, we didn’t want to clutter it.
Fun fact: green plants actually increase productivity and decrease stress in the workplace. Nellie needs to decrease stress, so we made sure we had green plants she could look at. Adding just a bit of greenery to the space really gives the room a feeling of completion, doesn’t it? We’ll give a tutorial for creating that hanging garden soon.
What do you think of Nellie’s office make-over? And what part of your office would you change if you could?