Last week, I shared some of the inspiring spaces, colors, and artwork behind our office makeover, as well as the paint colors we decided on. You may even remember talk of some neon pink desk legs being thrown into the mix. Well, I wasn't lying!
Whether you're crafting, blogging, drawing, or drafting, we've got the DIY desk for you. Check out ten of our faves below and let us know which worktop has you worked up!
It's back to school season and for many starting or returning to college, a white cinder block room awaits. Hooray for student housing! Balancing school, jobs, and a social life is difficult enough, so we're making sure your home away from home is as non-depressing as possible. We've rounded up a few of our favorite colorful essentials to make dorm life happy on the inside - and friendly on your student budget!
Today we've got a "before & after" and a "how-to" all rolled into one. I hope you're ready! Let's see how this 10-year-old Ikea desk gets transformed with some paint, fabric, and a bit of wallpaper.
Good use of pallets, my friends. Most Architecture set up temporary office space for ad agency, Brandbase. There's even a stairway built from pallets. I must say, the conference table 'aint too shabby and could probably be dressed up and used permanently. Take a look.
When you're at an auction, estate sale, consignment shop or a favorite vintage furniture store, don't pass over a sewing machine table with a giant rectangular hole in the top. All you have to do is get a piece of dark glass cut to fit on the top and you might just be lucky enough to have yourself a small-ish, but functional desk with plenty of drawers and nice lines if you find one that was made in the 1960's. Check out the two identical...