Home Office Reveal at My Parents' House
When my dad was preparing to retire this past winter, we chatted about making over their home office since he would be purging over 25 years of office "stuff."
Of course when your parents ask you to help them design a space in their home, you say yes! I've been sharing the progress on this "sophisticated study" over the past few weeks, so if you've missed anything so far, make sure you go back and see our progress! All of the former posts are linked below!
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With all of the DIYs complete, I finally got to style the room with all of Mom and Dad's special pieces, art I've been collecting, and some thrifted finds! And speaking of thrifting, don't miss my simple tips to help you find those treasures on your next thrifting trip!
I'm going to let the photos speak for themselves. My parents emphasized that they wanted their memories to be a focal point in this joint office. I made sure to include many of the items they've curated throughout their travels along with sentimental items like their wedding album.
My parents are completely in love with this transformation and I am thrilled with how it all turned out! Leave a comment and tell me what YOU think!
We were able to transform this room on a fairly small budget too! I repurposed a lot of things my parents' already owned and hold memories for them such as my grandmother's chair, the drop leaf table, and even their old filing cabinet which my mom painted blue to match the built ins. It looks incredible!
I also had the privilege to work with some wonderful brands who generously gifted some crucial elements of this space. Thank you so much for being such a pleasure to work with!
Basic Plaid Peel and Stick Wallpaper - in Egret and Fog
PS) see that globe? I thrifted it for $13!!! I found it on Amazon for $155!
Shop The Style
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