Home Office Tour

I am linking up with Lucky Little Learners and Schroeder Shenanigans in 2nd for their #2getherwearebetter linky.  I'm loving getting to see everyone's workspaces!  

Here is a little peek into my home office space!

This desk was actually my husband's childhood desk, but I painted it black and replaced the hardware after we moved here.  You wouldn't believe the difference it made!  Most, if not all the books on these shelves are his.  I keep mine in the walk-in closet in the room. 

This bookshelf is from Target.  Again, Todd's books.  He has taken over my little space!  ;)  I actually stenciled the Moroccan pattern you see on the walls.  It took forever, but I love it!  It really added some texture to the room. 

I like to incorporate motivational art into any space, especially in the room that is meant to inspire creativity.  I got this print at Hobby Lobby.

This chair is really soft and cozy.  I picked it up from World Market. The pillow cover is from Amazon and the blanket from Ikea.

This magnetic board is from Dillard's.  I got it on clearance after Christmas.  It's huge and the polka dots are adorable.  I usually post reminders and cards on it.  I cleaned it up for y'all!  

This little area is where I house my gadgets.  I would really like to get some sort of shelving unit for this stuff.  This corner is definitely a work in progress.  My printer, Cameo, laminator, paper, and laminating sleeves are all stored here.

It's a pretty small area with not a lot of clutter.  Clutter stresses me out so I try to eliminate it from my home office.  I am lucky that this room has a walk-in closet so I can store my other supplies, books, and any other stuff I want to hide!  And to be honest, I do a lot of my TPT work on the laptop from the comfort of the couch in my living room at night.  

Be sure to check out everyone else's amazing home offices below!


  1. I love your color scheme and the containers that hold the pens!!! Looks awesome!!!
    Melissa from Mrs. Dailey's Classroom

  2. Beautiful! Looks like you live in a model home!

    Learning at the Teacher Table

    1. Believe me! I don't! ;) But thank you so much!!!