Hey! Thanks so much for stopping by! It’s week six of the One Room Challenge, and you know what that means… Time for the room reveal! I’m excited to show you my fresh studio/study/office design because it’s finally a comfortable space to work.
My first semester back at school has been kicking my butt. I’m so grateful to the One Room Challenge for providing the much-needed motivation to finish my office and get me blogging again.
As a reminder, here’s what the room looked like before:
And here’s what it looks like now!
*CUE SPINNING IN CIRCLES WITH JOY*
Here’s the room from each angle for a direct before and after comparison (click photos to expand). Even though a lot of the furniture is the same as before, it feels like a whole new space!
Let’s take a closer look at some of those details…
Simple organization of go-to creative tools, including a desktop monitor, paper sketchpad, notebook, and graphics pad.
I love that from my desk I can see both my birdfeeder and my sansevieria. Inside the brass wall planters are sempervivum cuttings!
Hardy pothos, candle, and art supplies.
Most of my craft supplies fit in the closet! Yoga gear, paints, camera gear, extra school books.
🎜 Caaaan you feeeeeel the loooove toniiiiight? It is innnn this chaaaaair! 🎜
Comfy chair for reading, candles and watering can, more craft storage, sexy dieffenbachia!
Office Design Goals Check
If we look back at the goals that I set for this room, it pretty much meets them all! It feels bright and breezy during the day due to the white curtains and minimalist editing. At night it feels cozy thanks to the comfy reading chair and glowing string lights. The plants make the space feel vibrant, and the candles make it smell good. This room stores all my supplies, and best of all, it makes it easy for me to access the ones I use the most. I used many elements that I already had, making it a very budget-friendly design. Really, the only goal I didn’t meet was the goal of not smacking a bunch of nail holes into the walls.
Though like we (embarrassingly) discovered in week 4, sometimes it’s really worth biting the bullet and committing to nails.
I still have several years of school left in this house, so I know this room will get a ton of use! It makes me so happy that my office design finally supports how I need to use the space.
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my studio/study/office design reveal! Make sure to check out the beautiful room renovations the other One Room Challenge participants completed by clicking here. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have tons of neglected homework to catch up on! At least now I have a perfect place to do it.
See the whole study / studio / studdio project here!