Andy and I have never really lived in a space where we could create a home office. Living in small apartments and group-houses means no office. We had never even considered having an office until we bought our house in Virginia last year. Then, there was a designated space for an office. The room was too small for a bedroom and set up with specific storage for an office, so we created an office. I set it up for my chocolate business, but I was too busy in the kitchen to ever actually use my office. It just sat there.
When we moved out to California our leasing company made a mistake and gave us a 2-bedroom instead of a 1-bedroom for the same price. Awesome! Andy and I knew right away that it would become an office. I was excited because this time I actually planned on using it.
I love this antique turquoise dish for pens and dry-erase markers.
It is fun to have the space for an office and to actually use it. It is where I do my daily blogging and come up with projects. I love that the architect table is so huge and able to accommodate a lot more things happening at once. I love it!
My 'idea board' of sorts. That is a picture of me from my younger years.
My blog schedule by week laid out on my white board. My weeks don't always go as scheduled though.
A glance at the whole room. It is a huge room, so it is multipurpose between Andy and me.
*(Side note: This room is slightly different now since we are accommodating Airbnb'ers in our other room.)