I was asked to share my current workspace and what I love about it. Share what keeps me feeling productive and creative. Well, I don't have a lovely, creative, inspiring workspace yet. I work in a dusty, dirty warehouse at a standing desk with a computer and a stack of void fill paper on it. Nothing pretty about it except I taped my Christmas cards to it this year.
At home, I haven't gotten around to creating my dream workspace yet. I blog from my couch in front of my television.
So, for my post today I'm going to describe my dream workspace!
I know exactly where I want to set it up. I want to rearrange the addition of my house and put my set up in front of the windows beside my bookshelf.
Please ignore the hideous mess in this picture. I was working on getting a new bookshelf for my paperbacks when I took this picture and I was also telling myself I need to take down the Christmas tree!!
But basically I want to put my set up in front of the above featured window.
From this picture, I like the desk. I don't really want a desk with drawers on it, maybe one drawer, like right underneath the tabletop part. I want one with a nice, big surface area and no storage on the surface so I have more room. That is the kind of desk that I want, pretty much exactly. I can't find one anywhere though!
I want to get a bunch of pretty framed prints to hang up around the area. I found all of these prints on Society6 under the pop art section! I really love the Game of Thrones one! I think that would definitely make it from blog post to wall in real life.
For the windows, first of all, I want the blinds gone. I want curtains of some kind instead to cover the windows. Also, I want a bunch of tiny, adorable potted succulents to line the windowsill behind the desk. I think that would look super nice!
I would obviously have to get some cute desk accessories as well! <3
Beyond all that, I want more bookshelves around the space and a cushy desk chair I can twirl in. There are probably a ton of other things I would want there, but for starters, these are the things I really want!
And that, my friends, is my ideal creative workspace in a nutshell.
What would your ideal workspace look like?