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Let’s Talk About the Room!

It’s our 40th post of ‘Let’s Talk About the Room!’ yay!

Here’s a balcony that I want to hear your thoughts on:

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

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Let’s Talk About the Room!

It’s time to Talk about the Room!

Just have a look at the room photo below and leave a comment with your answers to these two questions in the comments’ section:

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

let's talk about the room

Organize your office. Design Idea!

A few days back, I’ve shared with you all an idea on how to organize your office space at home. Here’s another cool idea, I call it “antique’.

Repurpose flea market dishes as office organizers. Mismatched pieces add charm to a utilitarian space.

Use teacups for pens and pencils, and saucers or small plates for stamps, keys, and spare change.

Organize your office. Design Idea!

Don’t spend money on a corkboard — instead turn an artist’s canvas into a practical memo board.

For a magnetic surface, attach a sheet-metal square. Hang it above your desk to keep important items visible. How about that? 😉

What does your work space look like?

Interiors: Cubby Solutions for Office

If floor space is limited, bring storage off the floor and onto a desk. Place a small bookcase on top of a desk, which will give you a space to store supplies at your fingertips.

Interiors: Perfect Office for Papers

If you need a lot of space for paperwork, consider this setup. Nix the office chairs and basic desk, and replace with plush armchairs and a handsome round table, perfect for spreading out all your materials. Position a bookcase nearby to organize files and archived paperwork.

Interiors: Living Room Office

Inconspicuously add an office to a living area with a few simple tricks. Incorporate as much concealed storage as possible, such as these clean-front cabinets, which add office functionality without distracting from the rest of the room.

Take steps to add in elements to tie the space to the rest of the room. A bamboo chair and burlap-covered bulletin board harmonize with the living room’s natural look.

This one is similar to the kitchen office.

Interiors: Office Alcove

An underused alcove was given new life as an office and storage station. A basic desktop was upgraded with a pretty skirt to conceal storage beneath. Shelves were mounted high along the wall to create more head space above the desk. Higher shelves such as these are ideal for storing infrequently used items. When needed, they are easy to locate but are kept out of the way to make room for things used on a regular basis.

P.s. You can do the same with closed balconies 😉

Interiors: Office on a Curve

A curved desk such as this one provides a work surface on both sides of a computer while leaving plenty of space for stationing storage trays and baskets. Use large boxes to tuck supplies under the desk for a quick storage fix.