In other words, I have a newly decorated home office.
My new desk is stocked with all the things I love. Antique tins make the perfect storage space for office supplies (who needs drawers?). If you look closely, you’ll notice the one on the right features an illustration of Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge (long before traffic became an issue, apparently). The Voluspa candle and alabaster stag are both from the Cross.
This new (to me) carpet is actually a blanket my mom brought back from Mexico in the 1970’s.
And even though organization isn’t my forte, I can fake it in style with beautiful folders (also from the Cross).
So does this new setup mean I’m going to be even more productive? Who knows. But it certainly makes me want to throw my hands up in the air and rejoice.
P.S. Quit procrastinating and add The Anthology on Facebook.
love all the cute details of this space…
Love your new desk and the items you found at The Cross. I wish there more stores like that around town
Those folders are so amazing! Love it!!
Blanket came in the really late, late, late seventies. So late you can easily say the eighties.
Those folders are so awesome! The deets of your new work space are gorgeous, I bet you’re feeling extra inspired xo
Pretty! I love the quaint vintage-inspired vibe of all the bits and pieces in your revamped workspace.
So exciting, darling!
Looks great, my dear!
Your new work space is lovely Kelsey! I personally adore that you’re using a blanket purchased by your mom years ago as a carpet! I’m sure you think of her every time you look at it :)
You are one of the most creative people I know. So I can’t imagine what you’ll come up with in your new space.
Ohmigosh I love! Is it weird that I kind of want to live in your home office? Perfection! :)
Oh wow I would do anything to get a new little office for myself (or at least let it be a little organized)
looks like you had a bit of a spree at The Cross – most lovely!
Getting a little organized is going to be a lot of motivation to get ‘er done in 2011, isn’t it? ;)