Things wouldn't be normal around here if we were not changing things around. My husband said never in his life， has he seen a room change so often. It's true， we change the purpose of our rooms in our house like we change our clothes. That's what happens when you have so many people under one roof. Needs change， people get olderpersonalized gifts for women， jobs change and kids grow out of spaces. It's just the way it is. We are all about adapting to change around here and one of those recent changes happens to be my need for a home office. I started our blog about 4 1/2 years ago simply to keep friends and family updated on life living under one roof with my parents and grandparents. It was never meant to be public or most certainly， never meant to be my job or income. It is one of those fortunate accidents that？turned into something great. So after 4 years of working at the kitchen island or my sons little tiny desk， we are emptying out the playroom and turning it into my office. I have so many papers， photography gear， crafting items， decor books and a slew of other things that do not have a home. We are moving the current study/playroom to the basement and combining it with my mom's den. Here is my mom's den area in the basement from last Christmas.accent pillow case baby canvas outdoor
This was my little corner as of yesterday. I should have taken a picture of the other side full of stacked papers and random items. What a disaster. As you can see， my son's little computer desk isn't even big enough for my desktop computer.
I don't know why I can only find Christmas pictures of this room but for some reason， that's all I have. Here is the space below that will become my home office. I honestly have no idea what I will do with so much space.
We have started to empty out the space and so far， we moved the large TV that was on the wall to the basement den and removed a bunch of toys.
This room has seen many changes over the last 4 years. We renovated the existing fireplace a couple years ago and created a fun playroom / study / extra TV room 2 Christmas's ago. We plan on emptying out the room this weekend and patching the wall (where the TV was) and moving the rest of the furniture and toys out. Hoping to have a new office to share with all of you in the next couple of months. I am not sure what I am going to do with all this space. -ha. One thing is for sure though， filing cabinets and a larger desk are necessary. I am not sure if a wall unit makes sense as we tend to move things around so often. I am thinking maybe a mobile setup. I love the large oversized desks that can be easily moved and the filing cabinets on wheels. Lots to think about. I started an office/workroom pinterest board if you would like to follow along with my pinning inspiration.
I really love rope projects! Rope is such an easy material to work with, and rope crafts give you beautiful nautical themed items that you can use to decorate your home and garden. So, I recently saw this adorable tassel adorned rope basket made by Aniko, and I knew that I had to give it a try.
Hippity hoppity Easter’s on it’s way! It’s so strange that Easter is early this year. It kind of snuck up on me. I have joined a group of amazingly talented bloggers to bring you 33 Easter printables. A special thanks to Kristen at Ella Claire Inspired for organizing this group and make the best pinnable graphic ever! Isn’t it cute?
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