I'm settling into my new office quite nicely! Although I have yet to figure out how to print labels from the copier/printer/scanner on this side of the building! I love how much sunlight this side of the building gets in the mornings. It makes for a bright and cheery spot to come into before the day's work begins.
Besides working, I've been busy adding in some personal touches to my office space. I wanted a table for the wall across from my desk. I was going to peruse the thrift stores but remembered we had a small, console table at home that wasn't getting much love.
I gave it a mini-makeover with a fresh coat of paint - from beige to this beautiful, Atlantic Gray (from the Valspar Seaside Retreat collection).
The glass container (a .25 thrift store find) is filled with branch balls I found at the Dollar Tree in the craft/floral section. They were 3 for $1 - and dark green, until I spray painted them white. If the frame looks familiar, it's because as soon as I saw this post at 320 Sycamore, I ran out and literally used my last allowance dollar for the week on the exact same picture frame Melissa found at the Dollar Tree. I also painted mine with craft paint (green tea color - .25 at Michaels!) and rubbed some of the paint away from the detail for a shabby look. "Ora et Labora" is Latin for "Pray and Work". I studied Latin in high school and still have a great affinity for the language.
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