Workspace Love

Hello, everyone.  I must say that this week has been wonderful with all the praises I’ve received about our new vintage industrial kitchen.

It’s motivated me to tell you about one of our other home renovation projects that’s photo ready:  our home office.

Yep, that’s done also.

Or mostly done.

(Are home renovation projects ever really, truly done?  Um, I don’t think so!    In fact, I’ll say NEVER!   There’s always some new treasure to find!)

Anyway, until I find the quality time to write that post, how about some wonderful workspace inspiration?  Vintage industrial home offices, of course!

Workspace Love - Living Vintage

Clockwise from upper left corner:  1.  Covet Garden via  Desire to Inspire  2.  vtwonen  3. via  Now & Then    4.  Hus & Hem via 79 ideas

Please do let me know which one is your favorite!

Until next time, hope you have a great weekend!

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  1. I think the first one on the top left is my favorite. And I’m with you, my home is never really “done” being decorated. It’s always always being tweaked. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment about my chair. I still can’t believe it’s mine.

    I’m following you on Pinterest now.

    Hugs from Oklahoma,

  2. Since you asked…… I pick second row, first one! Why? I work better in clean and tidy with a bit of vintage tossed in for good measure. I adore the studios that have every nook and cranny filled with so many interesting things but for me I would feel overwhelmed in a space like that! Let me decorate the rest of the home with a bit of this and a bit of that. But the studio space? One order of clean and tidy for me, please!!

  3. Andrew Charalambous says:

    Hi Kim, I am Andrew from australia, thanks for your tips in cleaning reclaimed wood. I want to make a vanity but do u know after I clean it how do I get in smooth and still retain its vintage look. Your advice willbe appreciated
    Andy from australia

    • It depends upon the type of lumber. If you’re cleaning reclaimed beams or 1×12’s, you can still sand the wood and it will retain its vintage character.

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