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    I love the idea of the picture right behind the desk, at eye level. Think I will have to implement this in the craft room!

    I need a place where I can be creative - and probably get messy in the process. I'm also going back to university so I will need a separate area to use as a study.

    Clothespinned photos and antique post office boxes as organizer

    Don't know what kind of timber this is, but I love the idea of using cheap plywood as a studio work top, slapping some paint on and having an industrial looking space

    Keep a monochromatic palette to make the space look more actual! This is a great example of industrial chic with a feminine touch...brilliant!

    Create a calming personal workspace that foster's creativity, allows for storage due to my constant changing on projects and also for crafting and learning.

    I would get so much done if my workspace looked like this. Love, love, love.

    monochrome office | by Desiree, author of decor blog Vosgesparis | Via ikea family live