remember the other day? we got new office chairs. well you can’t get a new desk chair without getting a bunch of beautiful crap to cover that desk with.
oooo i am so excited about the new office chairs we got. they’re padded and comfy and i’ve got lumbar support and the whole thing. and they cost like nothing.
we got them half priced for $79 each at staples. now they’re up to $99, but they seem like they’re staying on sale. staples?! staples.
i can’t tell if they look way too pleathery, but for the price and the comfort and now that we FINALLY have matching office chairs – i am very content with them. they are by far the cheapest eames management chair replica i’d found.
wow look what an executive i look like now. it’s like working in an important conference room.
i like them so much, i chose it over my vintage pollock chair. weird choice maybe? if you like it so much, then why don’t YOU buy it.
want to? if you’re interested and in southern california – let me know!
I’ve been saying for a while that I’m going to fix up our office, it’s been piles of art and crap everywhere and makes it very hard to feel at peace while working. Well I finally started and am close to being done (photos real soon!)
Speaking of crap everywhere, who doesn’t want to cover their clean desktop in beautiful accessories and office supplies containing their crap.
ps – You could always go the cheap route like I did and just use spray paint!
Apparently I am obsessed with our office. It’s the room I post about the most and the room I am least content with. Maybe it’s because I spend such a large amount of time in there and mostly look at wires and clutter.
I have been obsessed with the idea of moving for a month or so. We have neighbors from hell. But we’ve decided to stay put for a while longer so now I have decided I need to make the office a place I want to spend all day in. Now it’s time to start planning how to fix the room without really spending money and doing anything too permanent for when we do decide to move. I’m thinking dark walls (like I’ve posted about before) and staining (and trimming) our desktops.
These three workspaces have an order to the clutter. It makes work seem so much more relaxing. Also, the pipe shelving is so good. Is that a challenge to build and then bring with us when we move? I’m guessing yes but I’m going to look into it.