My last post was about My Space and the little spot I created for me to sit and create or blog and visit all my new and wonderful friends!
Today I was going to show your my WH's space but then when I looked at the photos and thought about it a bit, I can't really say it is his space because he shares it with me.
I don't work in his office but most of the shelves, no... make that half of the shelves are filled with my things.I have scrap booking and card making supplies in the black leather storage boxes.
Scraps of material, paint and paint brushes, pencils, charcoals, stamps, hole punches and stencils.Boxes of photos, certificates, newspaper clippings and awards, waiting to be put into albums.
I think WH may have two or three magazine boxes for his magazines.I have a few for mine.....
Before WH decided to start his own business and work from home, this was all part of our study and I had almost finished decorating it when we had to turn it into an office.
I was really into black and white and was really pleased with my labels and storage boxes and files.I even covered my stool to match and labelled all of the draws.
I made a memo board using black and white ribbon.
A BIG memo board, for all of our bits and pieces, (I cleaned it up before I took the photo, so you could actually see a bit of the ribbon and the cute little pegs I added).
So when WH turned our study into his office and had to add shelves for more storage he was a good sport and agreed to use matching baskets to hide all of the messy cables and discs.
I can't show you his desk because it is never clean enough to take a photo of. Imagine two monitors at a minimum, keyboard, mouse, cables, power boards and usually two hard drives and a laptop or two sitting on top. Then all of the other stuff on the shelves underneath.
I am not complaining because all of the stuff sitting on the desk means WH has lots of work to keep him busy and that is a blessing!
Speaking of blessings we are off to New Zealand at the end of the week for a break, we will be motoring around the South Island and I would appreciate any advice on what we should see. It will be the three of us in a motor home so any tips or recommendations would be great!