Office Do Over Part III

Here’s a little office action, remember I’m making over my office slowly but surely as previously posted here and here.

A little review– the wall color is Ben Moore’s Blue Note, the color appears most true underneath the window, apologies the room is dark because I need some lighting. I already had the chairs they are from Pier 1 maybe 4 years ago. The dresser is vintage and needs to be go glossy white. The figgy is looking oh so handsome in a Wisteria basket and the carpet well…its unfortunate but will remain unchanged.

That is my new desk chair in effect and you can see my Sally Mann obsession also still in full effect.

Instead of a horse I settled on this photograph 30×40 over the dresser. Poor man’s Massimo Vitali–I love beach photographs right now so I needed to let it out.

and I think it will go swimmingly (pun initially unintended) with this to be framed in gold/brass,

And I have loved Lulu DK’s Bloomsbury in Tourmaline for some time and although I will not be fashioning drapes out of it, I will have throw pillows made. Don’t think I didn’t consider the drapes.

Bloomsbury, Tourmaline

So yes I have been working on it.
 
 
 
 

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4 Comments

  • And its looking good… God I love it when you share photos of your spaces, cause I’m too far away to come see for myself.

    Can’t wait to see lighting and artwork soon!

  • I love you wall color choice. I’m searching for a nice deep blue for my bedroom. I also love me some Sally Mann, her photographs are so intriguing and beautiful.

    • I’m really happy with my choice Jenn, navy can look a little nautical or preppy but this color has the right amount of gray in it. Choosing paint colors can be so difficult some times.

      • Thanks Sarah. I’m going to grab a swatch and see. My room has TONS of windows that look out into a wooded area, so I’m thinking going dark could work and not feel too closed in. I’m hoping for a nice cozy feel.

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