Can you believe we spend a third of our lives working, if not more?
We see that as an opportunity to revamp your workspace to keep you inspired and productive! Whether you’re in a dorm or apartment, or just set on not wanting to add holes in your walls - we hear you. See how we refresh our workspace without causing any damage to our precious walls!
Considering the amount of time we spend at our desks, it makes sense to have something pretty and interesting to look at, don't you think? You're lucky if you have a window to gaze out of, but those can be limited in office settings. So, if you're staring at a blank wall all day, how about jazzing it up with art and adding accessories to your work space? We had fun with ours by hanging a trendy black glasses frame, a white canvas and a super large clock - after all you need to know when it's time to log off.
So here's the thing - I'm terrible at math, yet I love numbers! I especially love giant block numbers like these. Believe it or not, I made this modern looking art with pages ripped from my favourite Stendig calendar. This calendar is so beautiful (a piece of art in itself!) that I couldn't bring myself to throw out the "expired" months. So I thought I could recycle it by framing parts of it. That's how the idea for this gallery wall came to be, and I absolutely love the results. I re-used frames that I already had, and most importantly it's one of kind art.
Working with small spaces doesn’t mean you can’t think big in terms of being creative.
No dining room? No problem! See how we created a dining room in a space that didn’t have one. It’s amazing what you can do with a bit of creativity. We transformed our small footprint into an elegant and functional space.
Deciding what to hang in a bedroom can be a real nightmare. What color, what theme, what size of art, how many pieces and what's the overall feeling you want to create.
In a perfect design world, a toilet would never be the focal point of a bathroom. But sometimes plumbing issues or other building challenges get in the way and you end up with less than perfect results.