I hope you had a great weekend! We worked both Saturday & Sunday, but it was nice to get a lot done. Little by little, we’ve been turning the office space we’ve been renting into a place that feels more like us. I painted the bathroom, we renovated the kitchenette, and now I just finished the dining space on the opposite side of the break area. We’ve been spending a lot of time here lately, and we even have a new team member helping us with the shop. I’ll have to properly introduce you to Jordan soon! Anyway, it has kind of been our home away from home lately, and I’m feeling happy with how things are slowly coming together. Click through to check it out, and I’m also sharing 10 of my favorite home finds from Joss & Main’s Spring Edit!
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Let me preface this post by saying, I have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to photography under fluorescent lighting. Oof. I struggled! In person it looks really nice (despite the standard office lighting), so you’ll have to take my word for it. Hopefully you can still get a good visual for how the space looks!
We’ve slowly been updating the office building on a tight budget. The previous tenants (a concrete company), left the dining table behind, and I actually really liked the shape and modern pedestal base. I gave the top a fresh coat of paint because it had seen better days, but nothing beats a free table! I think it cleaned up nicely. The chairs were a lucky vintage find, and I think they’re a nice contrast to the modern table.
Given this space feels pretty cold & clinical with the LVP flooring, white drywall, and cinderblock wall, I wanted to add a lot of texture to this area within the furniture and art. I also added a pair of table lamps that hopefully make it feel a bit more inviting.
We installed two cabinets, side-by-side, to create a budget-friendly sideboard for storage. I feel like it rivals some of the high end designer ones, but cost less. It’s actually the same cabinet we have in the office bathroom, except in black.
The cabinets came from Joss & Main’s Spring Edit. They just launched this season’s selections, which features trends, materials, colors, and items that are forecasted to be popular in the coming season. I noticed lots of woven materials, casual upholstery, organic ceramics, florals, and their lighting section was really good in this one! I’m going to share my 10 favorites from the edit below.
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The cane chairs (#2) look really close to my vintage ones! Those were a fun find. From furniture to decor, everything ships fast & free. The items within their Spring Edit are also designed to be mixed and matched, for easy styling. They share a trend edit every season and I’ve really enjoyed reading their predictions and browsing the new seasonal products. I’m glad I was able to snag a couple cabinets for our office.
On the opposing side of the dining area, is our little kitchenette. I’m calling this room good. Between the dining space and the kitchen area, I’m really happy with how things came together… and we did it on a mega budget!
Next, I need to paint and style our workspaces (the main office area), a little seating spot, and the hallway. We’re on the home stretch over here! I just want to make sure it’s a happy environment for us and our team, as we can hopefully grow a little in the year ahead. It has been fun.
I’ll be sure to share my gel stain tutorial (for the artwork frame) soon. Let me know if there is anything else you want to know about! Questions about this space, our office building, the shop, or even my spring selections? I’d love to hear them in the comments below. Have a fantastic week, my friends!