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When we moved into our house, I was so excited to have a designated office area. Our office is located in the basement so I wanted to choose furniture and accessories that would keep the space feeling light and open. I decided to go with the Crossmill 5 shelf bookshelf from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart in a weathered finish. This bookshelf is so sturdy and looks great and it captures that “farmhouse” feel I was going for.
I’ve been on the hunt for an affordable desk and I had my heart set on this x-base style. This Maddox Crossing Campaign Writing Desk was perfect and a great price too. It originally came in a cognac finish which I painted to white using primer and paint. Here is how the desk originally came after I put it together.
And here is the after! Totally gorgeous right?
I added in a traditional task lamp and some fun vintage bottles to my workspace. I also keep a round hyacinth twist handle basket for use as a trash bin.
To help keep things organized, I found this cute chalkboard calendar and wire shelf. This helps us keep track of our schedules, deadlines, and so on.
I definitely went for ultimate comfort with the rolled arm accent chair in beige (similar here). With the hours I spend sitting and working, a comfy chair was a definite must! For this basement room, I went with sheer striped curtains paired with a rustic wood knob curtain rod from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart. I wanted to make sure and keep as much light coming in as possible to keep the space light and bright. Here’s a closeup with some more details.
Thanks for stopping by, I’d love your feedback on our new office space.
- Crossmill 5 shelf bookshelf
- Maddox Crossing Writing Desk
- Hyacinth basket
- Rolled arm accent chair-Similar
- Striped sheer curtains
- Curtain rods
- Task lamp
- Vintage bottles- Antique store
- Bookshelf accessories- A lot of these came from hobby lobby, marshals, antique, and thrift stores and pier 1.
- Old apple bucket- Antique store
- Wine Jug with cotton stems- Jar from hobby lobby, cotton stems from local shop
- Ladder- Hobby Lobby
- Horse art- Hobby Lobby
- Chalkboard calendar- Hobby lobby
- Wire shelf- Homegoods
- Cotton wreath- Hobby Lobby
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