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Next room up on the room tour is my office. I love this space which is good since I spend a lot of time in it.

Before: This room had a lot of work that needed to be done. It had linoleum flooring and ugly plastic baseboards. It must have been a hobby room or something, because it was rough.



Where we're at: This was one of the first rooms we worked on when we moved in since I would need it right away for work. Morgan installed carpet squares over the linoleum, which was an easy and cheap solution for the floors. We painted, installed new baseboards, hung the blinds, and replaced the electrical outlets. I really like how it turned out. The paint turned out a little more orange-orange than our inspiration, but I still really like it.  



What we need: This depends on who you are talking to. Morgan believes the room is done. I think we need a big white shelf for the orange wall. I would also like some sort of orange/gray patterned window covering, but I still haven't found one I like. 

Favorite Part: Well, I love that its my own space that I don't have to share with anyone. But, my favorite part is the Ctrl Alt Del sign I found. It so perfectly fits what I use the space for! 


Comments

Lindsay said…
LOVE the punch of color! I had my home office decked out before we had Ethan (i.e. before it got turned into his playroom/tot school room) but now I'm moving into Aaron's home office so we have one joint home office. Right now it's a mess of stuff and neutral (boring) walls that he chose originally when we moved in. I cannot wait to redo this space. Yours looks great - love the Ctrl Alt Delete sign!
I'm in love with the first palette! Ahhhh I need to redesign my whole house around it! I love your orange wall :)
Sarah said…
Those are awesome colors! Looks great.
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Unknown said…
Yes your color combination is great. I loved both orange and grey walls. I also run my business and the walls of my office in gray colored but now I must change it and decorate it as your space. At this time I am present in USA with bus tour to niagara falls for some business meetings. After that I must complete it.
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