Too busy today to write a weekend post, so I thought you might enjoy an oldie but goodie:
I absolutely fell in love with this vintage-inspired office when I first saw it in Country Living last year. The color palette is fabulous: fucshia, lime green, and chocolate brown. I love the vintage desk chair – who says you have to have one of those ugly rolling office chairs? I also love the way they set the desk perpendicular to the wall. They used a mixture of vintage tin and wooden boxes for storage. The inspiration board is a must for creative types!
Look at this lovely color scheme – light blue with black and light green accents. The mirrors look so glamorous grouped on the wall – you can do the same by gathering disparate mirrors and painting all the frames glossy black.
This sophisticated office features a bumblebee palette – bright yellow with lots of black. Love the black hanging lantern. Don’t forget to use fabulous light fixtures in your office. Another unexpectantly awesome desk chair. However, I must question how much actual work gets done in this room. Look at the very small desktop!
Ann of Dwelling by Design created this dark pink and apple green floral home office. Fresh and very Lilly Pullitzer. A short bookcase behind the desk acts as a practical place to store books and folders, while the top is the perfect place for lighting and a surface for sorting papers.
This is the beautiful office that inspired me to do this post in the first place. Sky blue, lots of white, and black accents. The black and white glam photography is too die for. Love the symmetry of the lamps on either side of the desk. Notice the desk chair? It could have easily been a stodgy wood-stained dining room table in a previous life. A little white high gloss paint goes a long way to glamming things up!
This lovely little floral office nook may make you want to spend the afternoon organizing just so you can spend time here!
Nothing more feminine and sophisticated than a Paris pink and chocolate brown color scheme. Again, I love the way the desk projects perpendicularly from the bookcase wall. And another wonderful light fixture, girls! Love the Phillipe Stark Ghost Chair.
A bookcase unit works great as a backdrop for a desk. Lots of storage and display area. And the perfect opportunity for punching in some color by painting the backs of the bookcases pink. The desk is simply a glass top on simple metal supports. You could even use painted sawhorses beneath the glass. And you get the slightest peek at a comfy upholstered chair in the foreground where Ruthie Sommers likely takes a break for a cup of Joe and a good magazine.
Hope you enjoyed these beautiful office spaces as much as I did. Sometimes we just need a little inspiration to give us the confidence to create a special space all to ourselves.