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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Office Space

There's something mentally refreshing about clearing your desk and reorganizing your workspace. Leaving behind all the clutter of weeks past and surrounding yourself with beautiful new images and designs that inspire you is bound to recharge your creative batteries and set your mind tumbling to new heights of creative genius. Designer Miss Vu has inspired me to refresh my own workspace with her beautifully styled desk, re-styled each month with a new theme for some fresh inspiration.


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{All photos: MissVu on Flickr, first discovered at Decor8}

22 comments:

Photography Art Store said...

Okay... you've inspired me! I'm going to re-style my workspace tonight! I especially like the first image with all the images above the desk & the Eiffel Tower lamp.
Karen

Lillian Chang said...

LOVE these pictures!! A great way to stay inspired when you're at work. Wow! :)

Champagne Taste said...

I LOVE THESE!

Jaime said...

Each one is amazing! I love those mugs from Anthro... I have a J for me :)

ashlina said...

oh yeah. loving those.
i especially love lettered mugs...

:)

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

what a cool post, love the images, it's like a really pretty 'spot the difference'!

jules :)

Simply Luxurious said...

Great idea! Thanks for the idea. I would have never thought of doing this, but it makes complete sense for creative types. Here's to a great week! =)

Tamanna A. Shaikh said...

Ohh I love all of them!! :)

P.S.: I mentioned you yet again in my post on V-Day!!

http://frenchleaving.blogspot.com/

Thanks, Sharalee!! :)

xoxo

Dustjacket Attic said...

Now that is a great idea!
xxx

avant garde said...

super refreshing indeed. but would i get that ambitous to change it monthly? hmm, with inspiration i might just do it :) great post!

Fashion of Photos said...

Thank you for the post!
What a perfect read for my morning tea.
I've re-blogged your post here: http://fashionofphotos.blogspot.com/2010/02/office-space.html

Thanks again!
Alex

City Girl Chicago said...

This really has inspired me to re-think my desk space, personalize it up a bit, and make it more inspiring for my work. Lovely!

Splendid Willow said...

Fun! There are some creative and ambitious people out there! My own space is neat (5 stars!) but lacks personality sinne hubby more or less took over the home office. Maybe kick him out (?! :) and add some spice to the place. I love the idea of photos at eye level. Happy week, dear! xx Mon

The Zhush said...

ahh! Was procrastinating cleaning desk by blog surfing! Can't escape, must. clean. desk...now!

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

COULD NOT AGREE MORE with this "There's something mentally refreshing about clearing your desk and reorganizing your workspace."

I was feeling uninspired and completely redid my desk area and I've been going strong since!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

yes this is amazing! love the anthropologie mugs!

escapade said...

So glad you're all inspired + fired up! These photos definitely inspired me to make some changes too!

Yay Erin - so glad it worked for you!

Mon - I vote you kick him out (in the nicest way) and zhush it up!

Tamanna - thanks so much, you're just the best!

xo

purple area said...

Great inspiration, love these kind of moodboards. I might put one up myself.

Sarah Klassen said...

Thanks for sharing this inspiration -- these images have given me a few more ideas! I love how the very first is composed. It's just beautiful...

Thank you also for your comment today, you're so sweet / xo

escapade said...

PA - I hope you do (+ share the results!)

SK - I'd have to say it's my favourite also.
Hope you've had a wonderful week so far!

xo

Practical Princess said...

This makes me want to re-design my desk. Great post!

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