This is the third reincarnation of my office. I needed it to be a tranquil space with lots of storage and counter space. MDF floating counters, painted back with wall paper detail - all coated with poly to keep it in good condition and easy to clean. (even though it's a mess in these pics!)
I run basically three businesses (production, design and construction) out of my office and needed a control central. Totally knocked off the Pottery Barn style of office organization with the affordable materials from my local one stop shop department store.
1 - black cork board for all my randomness
2 - wall mounted mail holder (still needs to be painted black)
3 - dry erase calendar, important for letting everyone know what's going on
4 - transparent dry erase board used for notes and to dos
5 - metal strip with magnetic spice containers keeping my office supplies organized.
An entire wall of rubbermaid wall storage in black - randomly placed shelves hold all of my reference material, fax machine, display. Underneath, two filing cabinets keep my files tucked away.
More rubbermaid storage above my desk. Black boxes hold office supplies, more reference material, blank media, etc.
The desk itself is an old Dinning table pulled out of a dumpster, painted black with wallpaper details and coated in poly to keep the wear and tear down and easy to clean. We chopped off about 8 inches from the back side of the table (including the back to legs) and attached it right to the wall. (Check out my fav web site on the screen!)
Another black metal strip with magnetic spice containers keep track of rubber bands, paper clips, etc. Also some tiny magnetic file folders I make hold stamps and coupons.
I am a film geek. This is my office.
Again, recent graduate with a degree in Film Editing. Explains the entire scene if you ask me.
I was tired of sharing my precious desk space with my tower, so my husband built me this tower swing. I love it!
Please ignore our pathetic floors (to be covered in a cool cork floor sometime soon) and the dog bone.