My Pink Office and Craft Room Reveal!September 04, 2013 | FILED UNDER: Uncategorized
I am so excited for this post! Having my own office and craft space has been a dream for awhile, and over the past couple weeks I’ve been working to bring my design for the room to life. Come on in to my new pink office!
The gorgeous Martha Stewart desk and storage cabinet I bought from Home Decorators Collection are the foundation for the room. I am excited to be partnering with them today to offer a $150 gift card to a Design Improvised reader. Leave a comment below to enter!
I have fallen in love with the pink walls I painted last weekend with Sherwin-Williams’ Impatiens Petal. The addition of the furniture and wall art has made the color the perfect combination of fun and sophisticated.
I have never felt so organized in my life! What was previously stuffed into several boxes and Rubbermaid bins now is organized so beautifully in this storage cabinet I think Martha would be proud! Click here for a detailed look at how I organized all my craft supplies.
Throughout the room I have incorporated some inexpensive DIY accessories like these fabric covered cork boards and gold painted stool. I’ll be following up with tutorials for each next week.
My recent file cabinet makeover looks right at home in the new office, don’t you think?
I had a lot of fun with the wall art like this “I Love You Blogs and Coffee” Print from Made by Girl. The gold striped rack holding all my favorite magazines is a previous DIY project.
The MAKE paper mache letters were purchased from Hobby Lobby for a couple dollars each. The top of the desk was accessorized using mainly odds and ends I already had such as these little black espresso cups to hold important supplies like hot glue sticks. I scored the pretty black and gold tray at Goodwill last week for $2! This big south-facing window provides lots of natural light. Since I don’t have any curtains, I added this craft paper chain from East of India. This post is sponsored by Home Decorators Collection. Sherwin-Williams provided the paint for the office remodel. All content and opinions are my own.