Where I work…

The space I call my ‘office’ has changed so much over the years. I worked on a coffee table at my parents for a while before they gave up and made me a little tiny room out of a corner in their home. I moved into my own home a while later where I worked out of the dining room while my dad built me an incredible craft room in the basement. Flooding and low light forced me into the spare bedroom of that home, where I stayed for a while. Finally, I changed rooms again in that home one last time before moving out and getting an adorable apartment of my own. I don’t have a spare bedroom in this apartment so I decided to make the best of my space and set up camp in the back corner of my living room since I didn’t really need the space anyway.

I’m really liking this space. I’m sure it will continue to evolve as time goes on but for now it’s perfect. This is one of the first times I’m working from an open area as opposed to being in a room where I’m kind of cut off from the rest of the home, I like this a lot.
xoxo

Source list:
Paranoid pennant, palmistry poster, astronomy poster, phrenology poster, moon calendar, muscular system poster, globe mirrors, stay home pennant, patches, be optimistic patch, girl holding tooth print, desk

Author: Kaylah

Just a green haired gal from Cleveland, Ohio.

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  • I love it! I'm still working on my workspace at our new apartment, but it's shaping up nicely. I particularly love the little shelves/white storage you have to the right of your desk… I need to get some of those!

  • I love how you just went with the flow and did what you could with the space you had! Your workspace is adorable! I love all the artwork and little decor pieces!

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  • woooooooooooooooow you're so organized!! I would love be like that ahahah, every time I order It is a matter of time to get everything back to disordered :c ahahahah

    your place look awesome! what do you do for a living?