Phew, six weeks went by fast! I have to give it to Linda at My Crafty Home Life for sparking this blogger challenge to finish a room. I'm pleased with how my office/library turned out, and it has been so inspiring to watch the transformation of my other challengers' rooms. You can go back and watch the progress from the beginning here.
So my design board kept me on track with the white-with-pops-of-colour-industrial-comfy plan for my office.
The "before" was a rented beige empty room. I painted the walls white, added a white desk, shelving and storage credenza. And I mixed old and new, like vintage wire baskets for magazine storage with a new knock-off Eames armchair.
I abided by sustainable design through creating artwork with leftover materials, and papering a damaged chair I already owned to make it new again.
I added personality through industrial hanging lights, a vintage poster of my favourite travel spot, and a colourful mood board.
And I made this a budget project by creating a great daybed and making my own corner headboard.
To see my room progression from the beginning, hop here. Hope you find some inspiration from this and the other rooms in this series. Be sure to go check them out!