Sharing my office plan with ya’ll, because guess what? We bought our house 2 summers ago and haven’t got around to designing it until now. Yep, real life entrepreneur problems!
My office currently sits, in all of its glory, medium gray walls and a white desk! Don’t get me wrong, it’s been the perfect justification of setting up office in our living room, which just so happens to overlook lush palms, monsteras, banana trees, aloe plants, and our gleaming pool. But, if I’m being honest, it’s time to get our living room back. Like, yesterday!
So over the next month my office will be getting a fresh new look! My thoughts are to fuse my obsession with black (always) and white, with moody botanicals, and yes…even a punch of tropical!
The look I’ve prepared below is the epitome of my personal style and brand, so it’s only natural that I’m over the moon about this design!
Wall Panel // Black Chair // Tropical Plant // Banana Leaf Baskets // White Desk // Moody Botanical Wallpaper
1. Classic, dimensional wall panel — Next weekend we will be getting our hands dirty and DIY-ing a classic, dimensional wall panel on the largest wall.
2. Touch of moody, feminine botanicals — The smallest wall which has a double closet door will feature gorgeous, moody botanical wallpaper painted by the lovely (and ever so inspiring) Ellie Cashman.
3. Black — Lots and lots of black. Need I say more?
4. A punch of tropical — Bringing in a punch of classy, tropical vibes is an absolute must! I feel that a deep, moody green will really pop and offset all of the black, so I’m thinking an indoor tropical plant + the airy feel of banana leaf baskets.
5. Furniture — I’m thinking a mid-century styled white desk and an elegant (but super comfy) black chair. Maybe..
6. Art wall — Floating shelves featuring beautiful, moody wall art! And this process actually inspired me to create some of my own pieces for the office, but that’s a whole separate blog post :)
And there you have it, my new office plan! If there’s interest in seeing the before/afters, process of the accent wall, etc., just let me know and I'll feature a full post on the process!