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Example of a cottage chic freestanding desk home office design in Other with white walls — Houzz

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sheriesam wrote:
Where can I find a vintage school chairs like this?
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Really nice post! it is so amazing and gorgeous home decor post. i like systematic arrangement of the home.
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hamster2011 wrote:
Hello! Great shot! Please tell me what kind of floor you have!! Thanks!
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Jeanette Lunde
That´s right. Painted wood floors :)
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Nuno Dias
What about that desk? Loved it... Where can I find it for selling?
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cwitkow2 wrote:
Love the vintage radio! Where did you find it? Thanks.
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The radio is from the brand Tivoli Audio www.tivoliaudio.com.
Thank you :)
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pylw1 wrote:
awesome desk! - where can it be found to buy?
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Kate Law wrote:
Source of desk? - This is an amazing desk!! Does anyone know where it's from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lily Gahagan added this to House Tour: A Joyous Home in Norway
The top of the cottage houses Jeanette's home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
Erin Lang Norris added this to Take it Easy: Summer Camp Style
Craft desk and vintage school chair. Arts and crafts are a big part of summer camp but can make a living area look cluttered. If you are going for this look in your own home, keep your eyes peeled for small containers, boxes and bins. I personally like the collected feel going on here. The old chair reminds me of those popular during my childhood. What else goes with a summer camp theme? More: Wicker Furniture — Cottage to Cutting Edge How to Get the Hang of a Hammock
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Create a Customized Office Look Without Built-Ins
Baskets are a great way to keep things in one place.
Erin Lang Norris added this to Helpful Catch-Alls Keep Visual Clutter at Bay
If you collect handmade papers or enjoy seeing your rolls of holiday wrap, it might make sense to keep these pretty papers out so you can admire them. A wooden crate shelters the rolls from getting crushed.
Kelly Porter added this to Fresh Start: Organizing Your Craft Room
For a casual feel in your craft room, organize supplies in simple wooden or wire crates. This no-fuss approach will keep your items in order without all of the frou frou.More: 20 Finds for Your Studio16 Crafty Ways With Creative Spaces
Lauren Donaldson added this to Craft the Perfect Creative Space
This space is also filled with vintage treasures that have eclectic appeal but are still useful organizers. The wood crate is a great storage solution for rolls of wrapping paper.
Lauren Donaldson added this to Small-Business Savvy: Set Up a Shipping Station
Tip: If you don't have room for dispensers, store your paper rolls upright in a bin next to your shipping station.
Samantha Schoech added this to A Desk for Every Home Office
Combine an old farm table with some wood shelving and a few crates, and there you have it: a perfectly functional, crafty-cute office with vintage flair.
Glamour Nest added this to Make Holiday Tasks Fun With a Dining Table Takeover
First things first: You need to completely embrace that this is happening. Don’t try to make it something it’s not — there are going to be supplies all over your dining table. It’s wrapping season, after all. Just remind yourself that by having your supplies out in the open, you’re going to make your life easier. That doesn’t mean it has to look terrible — you can control the chaos by setting out pretty baskets for your wrapping supplies. Galvanized tubs make great containers and can get into the holiday spirit with the addition of a nice big bow.
Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to Flea Market Find: Apple Crates
Stash miscellaneous craft items in your crate. This is a stylish substitution for boring plastic containers.
Lauren Dunec Design added this to Refresh Your Home With 12 Updates That Won’t Break the Bank
9. Reorganize your desk. Clear off the holiday to-do lists, receipts and scraps of wrapping paper, and lay the groundwork for staying organized in the upcoming months. For example, designate one spot for incoming papers. If papers are thrown around haphazardly, they can add up to a lot of desk clutter and be difficult to locate when you need them. Once mail or documents come into the home, do not place them anywhere but your designated spot for incoming paper. Also, use crates, baskets and boxes to collect loose items and hide wrapping materials or accessories that can look cluttered.
Shana Levy McCracken added this to 10 Tips for Scoring Deals at Estate Sales
4. Don’t overlook less glamorous items. The reality is most of us will leave behind some rather banal objects when we leave this earth, and others might as well make use of them. I recently purchased a brand-new pack of No. 2 pencils, some binder dividers (both still in their packages) and several rolls of wrapping paper — all for a song.
Lauren Dunec Design added this to Decorate Your First Apartment Without Breaking the Bank
3. Store stuff in crates, baskets, and jars. Gather up your desk or living room’s loose ends — paper, magazines, pens, pencils and electronics cords — and put them in a wooden crate or a couple of baskets. The containers will add texture to the room and minimize clutter. This works just as well in the kitchen with glass jars to hold dry goods and make your space look nice and organized.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Rachel Shelley added this to Decluttering
Good storage ideas. Like the look of a tidy desk but with some personal items!
Kelly Creighton added this to Studio Office Combo
Atypical desk with modern surface

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