Finally I was able to photograph my newly decorated office. For several weeks now I’ve been waiting for the sun to stay consistently bright from 1pm through 2pm in order to take these photos. Unfortunately, while waiting, the oak tree fully leafed out causing the light to not be as bright as it would have been while the tree was dormant. The sun wasn’t my only problem. With two other very different light sources, incandescent and fluorescent, I ended up having some strange color issues, which I will gladly point out to you in the following photographs.
4 thoughts on “You Are Now Entering My Office”
It’s just wonderful, Patsy Ann! I’m reorganizing my loft/workspace at the moment myself. I’m quite envious of how beautiful and wonderfully organized yours is and that yours is finished!! I also love your mixture of old with new; I reuse dressers in other rooms too. Nothing like the feel they give.
Thanks, Baby Girl! Having all this shelving and boxes to reach has helped me hone my never-used-before-climbing skills. If you look closely, you’ll notice generous brass cabinet handles placed two thirds the way up on each vertical partition. They’re to swing from when my step ladder decides to move away from me.
I love this room! How did you do the daybed or where did you get it? Does it have a trundle? Where did you get the sconces? Just beautiful!
Thank you, Blair! I had a wonderful architect/designer, Charley McKenney, who helped me with this. The daybed itself is just your ordinary twin bed with no trundle, nothing special. But the back fabric panel and covering were custom designed by Charley. The sconces are Porta Romana which is represented here in Dallas at Culp Associate’s showroom.