Yep, you’ve guessed it, my office is still under construction and so I’ve been searching around for some inspiration to finally get my workspace overhaul in gear. If your workspace is less than dreamy, this post will give you the building blocks you need to create a space that is brimming with style.
There’s an art to dressing your desk. Your desk is always going to be the statement feature in your office and finding the perfect balance between pretty knicknacks and practical pieces is the key. Here are just a few of the products I’m lusting after right now.
How many rose gold items can I sneak into a wish list? I’ve fallen in love with the rose gold Tom Dixon desk lamp. Utility Design
have some incredible lighting options but I think this super shiny one has stolen my heart.
Pinterest is the first port of call for anything interior design related but for me, it’s the first stage of a three step process. I prefer Pinterest to interior magazines quite simply because there is hours of scrolling to enjoyed and you can just collate all of your favourite things in one place.
While Pinterest is my go-to for pretty office things, there is no method to my madness and my boards tend to reflect a mish mash of shiny pieces that don’t mesh well together. An Aladdin’s cave of sorts. I find myself looking at the mountain of items and thinking these are pretty but how do I create a polished room that I would enjoy working in. Interiors blogs help you put these things together and inspire me to create a room that works. My favourite thing to do is have a nosy at how other people have created their dream office space and that’s where blogs come in. It’s here where you can see the end goal as well as the transformation process. Victoria over at Apartment No4 features incredible office tours. I mean just look at this beauty
. Can I move in?
Ok, so once I’ve bookmarked all of my favourite office tours and have some must have office accessories pinned to my Pinterest boards, I’ll head to some of my favourite homeware stores. Hello Homesense, Amara, Zara Home, Etsy and Utility Design.
*This post was in collaboration with Utility Design but my love for interiors is 100% my own.