last week i mentioned how pinterest boards have become my essential first step before undergoing any type of home redecorating project.
i’m in the midst of creating a little home office space for my blog and business (the planner girl provisions subscription box) so that i’m not constantly commandeering our dining table for work. so, i thought i’d share 10 of my favorite home office ideas from the happy as annie office space pinterest board.
first, an update on the march box.
we are packing the march Planner Girl Provisions subscription boxes with planner stickers, sticky notes, writing instruments, and more as we speak!
the reveal of the march box theme
here’s a tiny hint on this month’s theme:
not too much to go on, i know, but i have to preserve SOME of the surprise! (psst: try instagram for more photos). any guesses?
the theme is GARDEN PARTY! march is all about spring, growth, florals, and pastels, so we thought a garden party theme for this month’s planner stickers and other stationery goodies would celebrate all of that perfectly!
we want to hear from you!
let us know when your box arrives in the comments below or on the Planner Girl Provisions facebook page. happy planning!
iirst thing’s first: make a pinterest board.
i swear. how did we get anything, especially redecorating, done before pinterest? i can’t tell you how many times the first step in a project plan for me has been to create a pinterest board. this goes especially for redecorating a room. before i start packing, donating, painting, or shopping, i create a pinterest board for the new room or project. anything and everything that inspires me or that i wish my (in this case) home office would look like gets pinned to this board. you can’t rush this phase either! i take several days–weeks even!–to do this.
next step: notice patterns and repeats.
when i have a bunch of photos pinned to my virtual mood board, i peruse the photos and take note of similar elements in the photos, colors or patterns that keep coming up, and furniture or decor items i ended up pinning more than once without realizing. this simple process really lets me zero in on the ideal home office i have pictured in my head before i actually start redecorating. only after i do this do i feel ready to tackle ikea or home goods. creating a pinterest board first prevents me from buying a bunch of adorable items that don’t really go together or don’t exactly fit my needs.
last step: shopping!
how has pinterest helped you plan before redecorating? let me know in the comments below!
hey #plannercommunity! whether you’re spending some of your summer in a cubicle or in your own home office, here are some easy ways to bring seasonal fun into your work space. flamingos? check. twinkly lights? check. lots of pink? read on for easy peasy finds from two of my fave #plannergirl shops – pier 1 imports and office depot.
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