So, friends, we’ve come to an end of this series of posts on how to make your office more awesome. In case you missed it, we’ve already talked about de-cluttering your workspace, wooden pallet walls, custom dry erase boards, t-shirt walls, and a magnetic chalkboard wall.
To wrap things up, I want to leave you with just a few more sources of inspiration for the design of your office. You’ve already seen some small snippets of our offices this week, but I heard a rumor that some of you might want to see the rest of our spaces. So… here you go! Hope it helps.
WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING AT: My volunteer wall, IKEA EXPEDIT bookshelf ($69.99), IKEA KLUDD Noticeboards ($19.99), my custom dry erase boards, IKEA ALEX Drawer Unit ($119.00), IKEA SVARTASEN Laptop Stand ($21.99), The Container Store Stockholm Paper Drawers ($19.99).
WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING AT: Austin’s wooden pallet wall, IKEA EXPEDIT bookshelf ($69.99), metal panel ($10-20).
WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING AT: metal panels ($10-20), IKEA EXPEDIT bookshelf ($139.00), Kenny’s t-shirt wall, a lot of cereal marshmallows, and some Nerf guns.
Still need more inspiration? My favorite places to find great ideas for workspace design are Design*Sponge and 99u. Design*Sponge has tons of photos of beautiful workspaces and studios, and 99u has a bunch of helpful articles on how to make your workspace cool and more efficient. Check them out!
Austin has an office…
as my office has accumulated more and more and more crap over the past week… i recruited my friend who is a budding organizer/decorator to HELP ME. all these posts helped me realize how hard it is to feel efficient in an office where i am overwhelmed with junk. <3
Elle, on Kenny’s Wall, I’m interested in doing something like the running man on the back left, made out of photos of students in our age-level ministry. Is that made of canvas? How was that done? Also, what method did Kenny use to hang the metal panels. Thanks so much!
It’s actually a styrofoam cut out from our “Japanese Game Show” we did. Have you ever seen “Hole In The Wall” or “Human Tetris”? We did that for our event and I hung one of the “holes” on my wall and glued pictures to it. Here is a link to the event and you can see Hole In The Wall in action…
As far as the metal panels, I just hammered them straight into the drywall. Nothing special, just nails and a hammer.