...my office, naturally. ;)
In the spirit of we didn't want to have any rooms that weren't used on a daily basis, our guest room is also doubling as my office/scrapbook room.
It's tucked away at the back of the house, so when I am working from home and a sitter is here with the kids, they kind of forget that I'm here. And it's awesome to sit at my desk and watch them run across the backyard.
Like every bedroom, it also has a huge walk-in closet where I keep a lot of my scrapbook stuff (I had extra shelves installed) and I also keep my printer in there.
Fake plant from IKEA. I pretty much hate fake plants, but man this looks so real I've almost accidentally watered it a few times. Picture of my grandmother in the back, topiary that my mom painted, and wood block from Carron.
It was hard to get a good picture of my desk because there's really not a time in the day when the light isn't pouring in. I had to get a big monitor for one of my new jobs, but it's nice because I can just push it back when I'm scrapbooking.
My desk is vintage Pottery Barn. Most of our furniture is vintage Pottery Barn, because we bought it back when we were young and could actually spend money on things like furniture. Baskets are from IKEA. I keep old Studio Calico boxes under my desk for layout storage until they get filed in albums. And you can imagine some pretty window treatments, too.
Kind of like pinterest, but on my wall:
I have no idea where that clippy thing is from but it's awesome. Rolodex from here. Cart is vintage Pottery Barn too (it has baskets on it that hold my paper and the drawers hold things like stamp pads and thread).
And...that is where the magic happens. :)