Navy Office Inspiration
If you saw my stories on Instagram today, you know I've got my home office on the brain. When we bought this house, we knew if we ever added another baby, it would take a bit of juggling to make bedroom arrangements work. So now, here we are...juggling.
My office is currently in our 4th bedroom & I've loved it. It has a huge window that overlooks the pool & playground area of our backyard, which allows me to be home & working while my kids are out playing. It's been so enjoyable these last few months with the beautiful weather to have the window flung open & the kids in & out of the pool all while I'm in my office. As far as work life balance goes...it's been pretty ideal. I think I'll really like the new space too, once we get it completed -- check my stories on IG for a quick glimpse inside the small renovation.
For now, I'm gathering some inspiration images to get my wheels turning. I'm obviously still color crushing pretty hard on navy.
If I could figure a way to incorporate a ladder, you know I would. And while this room isn't navy, what I'm pondering is the built in being painted the same color as the wainscoating down there under the window. Scratching my head wondering if I want to keep it white or paint it...
I love the artwork hung on the bookshelves...only question is if I want to give up that much book shelf space?! Not to mention that top row of books with their spines flipped. Yes please.
Desk chair. Lighting. Shelving space & furniture layout.
Since all our bedrooms will be taken with kiddos here soon, I'm debating putting in a sofa sleeper into this room for the occasional guest. I just wonder if anyone has ever enjoyed a night's sleep on a sofa sleeper? Is it just better to have a really great, tall air mattress? I'm not a huge fan of those either, so that feels like a lose/lose decision as well. Please share if you have a great sofa sleeper!
Hi, I'm Amy. When I'm not scouring the valley for the perfect new house, you can usually find me in the kitchen with a gaggle of kids. Chips, salsa and a Diet Coke are usually in hand.