Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Cresthaven Office

I have so far revealed the Living Room, Dining Room, Basement and Master Bedroom from the model home. Today I am sharing the office. 

The budget for the office was $1,100. I think I went over about $100 on this room. I wanted to create a room that was over all gender neutral but I added a few feminine touches here and there. I kind of imagine this being a space that a husband and wife share together. I also wanted this room to have a very "collected" look as opposed to a very "decorated" look. 

Here is the initial board I created for the room. 


Here is how the room turned out! 



Succulent: Target 


Leopard Tray: Donated by Honeymoon at Home


Charcoal and White Pillow: Donated and Sewn by Sally Jensen Interiors
Yellow Swirl Pillow: Donated and Sewn by Blue Spindle 
Floral Pillow: Donated and Sewn by Blue Spindle 
Bird Prints: We used a 2012 Bird Cavallini & Co Calendar


It doesn't look like it's available in the color we purchased it in anymore. 
Side Table: West Elm but bought at Down East Home



Curtain Panels: Donated and sewn by Sally Jensen Interiors
Lamp: T.J. Maxx
Desk: Josephine Desk from World Market 
White Desk Chair: Best Chiavari Chairs

Python Frame: Donated by Honeymoon at Home
Stacks Print: Donated by Minted 
Chain Link Frame: Donated by Honeymoon at Home
Cherry Blossom Print: Donated by Aldari Art 


Stapler: Bought at Home Again Consignment 
Pencils: T.J. Maxx


Lucite Tray: Donated by Pencil Shavings Studio



White Shelf: Expedit from Ikea 


Abstract Art: Donated by Him & Her Abstract Art 
Him & Her Abstract Art is offering my readers a 20% discount if you use code 6THDESIGN at checkout. 



Camera Print: Donated by House of Tender Beasts


You are My Sunshine Print: Donated by Sugar Fresh 
Tea Light Holder: Tuesday Morning 


Fabric Boxes: Donated by Boxy Boxes
I love this etsy shop! You can send her any fabric of your choosing and she'll wrap it around a box the size of your choosing. 



Red Bowl: Anthropologie 


Moon and Back Print: Donated by Wicked Paper


Framed Map Origami Butterflies: Donated by Layla Lou Studio


Nest Paining: Donated by Thirteen Winks
Birdhouse: Target (it was a Christmas ornament) 



Harbor Photograph: Donated by Horace and Mae 

photos taken by Jylare Smith Photography 

To see other posts and rooms from this model home go here

14 comments:

  1. Hi Kristen,

    Lovely space, I think you achieved your collected goal. I love the color combination too, the color of the settee and desk work well.

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  2. Loving the bird prints- great idea to use a calendar!
    -Katie
    Athomewhenimwithyou.blogspot.com

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  3. It's gorgeous! I love the desk, and all the bird accents.

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  4. Hi Kristen - Love the room, it turned out great! Could you share the name of the curtain fabric? It looks like a great alternative to the windsor smith raid fabric!

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  5. Well done, Kirsten. I love the styling of the expedit. Did you paint the Josephine desk? It looks awesome. Love the color.

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  6. Beautiful! I love that charcoal/white patterned fabric and I'm a huge fan of the Josephine desk since I own two in white :D

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  7. Looks great! What is the color of the wall paint?

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  8. Just beautiful, Kirsten! I'd love to call this space my own!

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  9. Gorgeous! I love all the little touches, especially the draperies, stunning!

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  10. So pretty! The snakeskin photo frame and wooden pencils are two great touches! I would never leave my office.

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  11. Gorgeous! Love the burst of colors that you put into the office.

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  12. What color is the wall paint?

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  13. Two thumbs up for the transformation! The design is just simple but cute! :) More of your ideas on office interiors please!

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  14. Hats off to such a beautiful office transformation! The blue table is fabulous! Very inspiring to work in!

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