Office Supply

Holly needed some workspace, but all she had was this crappity built-in inside her closet.  Light bulb!  Why not carve out a little bit of space for an office right here?  She used nailhead trim over silver vinyl to cover the damaged surfaces and hemmed a Target tablecloth to hide the shelves and bins.  SO cute.  My workspace is jealous and wants a Target tablecloth and poky wall sculptures too! 
If it was up to me, I might have removed some of the drawers for my knobby knees to fit under, but I can understand not wanting to lose any storage space too.  What would you do?

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  1. Brilliant and beautiful! Sometimes small spaces force us to get creative and stay organized. It is a good thing.

  2. Wow! What a great transformation and pretty work space! Great job, Holly!

  3. I think that I’d try to rig up the top drawer to slide out and be the keyboard shelf. That way you would have knee space but not loose a lot of storage and it would still look balanced. Beautiful job! I love the fabric!

  4. looks great! what a fun idea

  5. thanks for the great compliments everyone! yeah, if i owned the built in dresser i would have been more inclined to rip the bottom part out for my knees but since i don’t i am just making due… luckily i have long arms and can sit back a bit and still type comfortably :) & sherron i do like your idea of rigging the keyboard on the top drawer… i may just try that…

  6. This is really lovely! Great inspiration for when I have my own office nook one day soon (hopefully :))!

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