My Workspace Makeover

Back in February I shared a round up of workspace inspiration which was my springboard for redoing my workspace at the office. You can read more about me here. With some bargain hunting and imagination, my workspace makeover came in at just under $70. Now, each day I’m in the office, I smile at the happy, more homey space I created. I’m pleased with the results.




It all started with shopping my house for items I could use. The Ikea frame, artwork, Liberty of London picture frame and glass vase came from that adventure… conveniently, I love pink and blue together so I thought, why not? Here’s where the rest came from… the faux orchid, tray, oversized clothespin and magnetic board, HomeSense. Turquoise fabric for the magnetic board DIY project InVu Drapery. Lamp, Moveline Liquation's. Color match turquoise paint (for DIY lamp project) and white spray paint, The Home Depot. Custom ‘W’ for the pencil holder, Muse Custom Vinyls. There you have it, with some creativity and bargain hunting, I brought in some ‘pretty’ to my otherwise gray workspace… instantly happy!

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Unknown said…
It looks so great! I'm sure it is much different from the ones around you! So fresh and fun!
It looks amazing Wendy! It makes me want to makeover my drab and plain desk at work.
Balancing Lisa said…
This turned out great! I would be happy to sit here day in and out! ;)
Wendy, this is awesome! I am officially inspired to add something personal to my work space.
Unknown said…
Well done Wendy- your office space looks so pretty!
I'm sure you have the prettiest cubicle in the office!
Staci Edwards said…
Weeee! It looks fab Wendy!
I love it! I went to read your post on workspaces! To answer your questions at the end of that post: I have always brought something personal to work like pictures that the kids drew a vase a picture of my family,etc. but lately I have been considering going a little further. I have some fabric I love and thought I would recover my cube walls with it and bring a lamp and a vase with flowers!
I meant to say thanks for the inspiration!
How inspiring! I need to create a my space to reflect my personality too! It make going to work a little more fun!
Barbara Matson said…
That is awesome! Love how you took a blah office cubicle to wowza!
This is DARLING! OMG, why do I NOT do this in my own work space at the office...I spend more time here than I do at home! Wow...great inspiration!
craftedbylindy said…
Oh I love your workspace! Awesome job! Love the lamp!
Tara said…
Way.To.Go. I may have to try have inspired me:)
Wow what a great little workspace you created! I'm sure your colleagues are jealous ;) Blue and pink is such a wonderful color combination, I use it in my living room =D

Have a great weekend!

xo Linda
Jenny said…
My office cube is the same depressing gray as yours - love seeing ways to perk things up! Nicely done!
PotchMcClosk said…
I love it! What have your coworkers said about it? I bet they are really impressed!

I also LOVE that purse! Where is it from?

Karena said…
Adore your workspace and the colors are favorites of mine! Great job1

Art by Karena
Ministryofdeco said…
I´ve seen your workspace in Centsational Girl and I love what you´ve done with it, I imagine your coworkers want to start a new re-do. Yours is very, very inspiring!

Karen said…
LOve it and the purse, too! Where did you get it????
Anonymous said…
I recently moved transferred to a position that I didn't realize would have the least inspirational cubicle to reside in. Thank you for sharing your space. You have inspired me think more creatively about how to make my new location work for me.

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