If you are following my instagram, you might have seen some pictures of my workspace.
I have an extra bedroom in my house, and since I’m not planning to have a baby anytime soon, I decided to convert it into a workspace. I believe that it’s important to keep the place where you do your work personal and inspiring.
I’ve started working on this workspace since March this year, and it’s only 80% done. There are still 2 sections that I want to work on. But I just can’t wait to share the pictures with you!
The whale cushion was my mom’s. She bought it when I was three. So they sort of have sentimental values to me. Every time I look at them it brings me back to my childhood.
I absolutely love that blue chair. It’s a re-painted old chair I bought from the Winterfair (Canberra’s annual winter market). If you like the wolf (or fox) couple print, it’s by Canberra artist, Juliette Dudley.
The floating shelves are where I put my favorite things. Vinyl toys, prints, and you might see some of the DIYs I’ve done for the blog.
Let’s take a closer look at some of my vinyl toys collection:
I have been collecting vinyl toys since I was 16. I actually have a lot more than what you see here. Some of them were given by friends on my birthday. It’s kinda easy to shop a present for my birthday. I would never dislike a vinyl toy!
The Melbourne poster is by Supertrooper Studio. When I saw the poster, I HAD to buy it. Melbourne is my favourite city in the world, and it’s a city I used to call home. I have to own a piece of Melbourne in my personal space.
That huge pinboard from Kikki.K is where I pin pictures that fits my vision in life and in design (except for the INK REFILLS list, it’s just there for convenience).
Lastly, here are some of my favorite things on my desk, and where they are from:
Hope you enjoy the tour of my workspace!