Which was not so easy a few months ago before I decided to clear the craft room clutter and give him a safe environment in which to work in. OSHA would be happy that I am complying to standards.
This is the room when we got started. You can catch up here.
A lot of this is the craft room crap pushed to his side since we worked on both spaces simultaneously.
And this is how the space looks now.
The plan, we put a wall up, we painted the walls, painted his desk, got a new rug, added some curtains and threw a couple of pillows on the couch.
First thing was to create a wall between the two spaces. At this very moment I imagine my husband was thinking "You stay on your side and I will stay on mine". Ha...I don't blame him.
Paint the walls. I chose SW white for the top and ceiling and SW Mindful Grey for the bead board.
The table, that use to serve as my craft table and was once my sisters kitchen table 25 years ago, got freshened up and is now my husbands work desk. I sanded the top down and added 2 coats of the Mindful Grey. His old desk is now my kitchen table. You can read about that here. It's a love story. Really it is.
The rug is indoor/outdoor from Home Decorators Collection. The Stools are from Pier One (purchased a few years ago) and I freshened them up with a couple coats of paint.
It is such a great space and 'we' love how it turned out. Now, I even like coming up to his office and watching him work.... but not for too long. I would hate to be in the way of productivity.
PS- And for those of you wondering, the craft room is DONE. Can I get a 'yay baby'. Here's a peek of the space and also what my husband walks through everyday to get to his side. I will share next week.
That we finished this project and my husband has a
great space to work in each day
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