The desk legs twist off, and the desk top and legs store easily in the walk-in closet. The butchers rack plays a critical role in my office, by providing an enormous of amount of concealed and open storage. • Second, this is a rental property with strict restrictions around painting and holes in the walls, which doesn’t leave a lot of freedom when it comes to decor. Project by: HeatherLocation: Denver
Our third bedroom is used as a home office/guest room and was in desperate need of a face-lift. The rug and the large, framed wall art add much needed color to the room, without the use of paint. This keeps the desktop clear of clutter, and makes the transformation to guest room, effortless! Read more about the project on Heather’s blog: The Caterpillar Years
Thanks, Heather! And, when needed, it’s a space I’m proud to offer our out-of-town guests! As a work-from-home parent, I need to have a child-safe area in my office where my little ones can play, while I finish up my work. As with most decorating projects, there were some design challenges to overcome:
• This room has two functions—office and guest room. All other elements in the room are neutral, and easily transition from office to guest room. (Image credits: Submitted by Heather; Submitted by Heather) My office is now an inspiring place to work, with room for my little ones.