This is my work area that was inspired by a pic in the Pottery Barn catty. I have Pottery Barn taste on a Target budget. LOL
I purchased 8 cubes from Target and stacked them as the legs for my desktop. The desktop is 8 feet long by 2 feet wide and mitered together in the corner where I keep my computer. The desktop is made out of the same material as the cubes but was purchased at Home Depot for $20 each....much bigger and cheaper than the desktops offered by Target with the cubes.
Date: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 GMT Views: 1587
Registered: April 19, 2005 Location: In my stamp room getting ink on my fingers! Posts: 5084
Tue, Jan 16, 2007 @ 9:49 AM
Great looking space (all the Logaberger baskets don't hurt either)! LOL! I just discovered the Target cubes myself and have a question for you regarding the shelves on the top of your desk? Are those part of the Target cube system also? If not, where did you find these? Are they high enough to hold the SU background stamps vertically side by side?
Registered: July 19, 2004 Location: Gurnee, Il Posts: 1050
Tue, Jan 16, 2007 @ 9:54 AM
FYI....it doesn't always look this clean! I took these pics right after we finished putting it all back together and painting the walls. I had to document the tidyness before I got in there to work! Thanks for the nice comments.
Registered: July 15, 2004 Location: Maine Posts: 839
Wed, Jan 17, 2007 @ 1:32 AM
And just look at all that wall space that you can fill up. Sure do wish I had more wall space. My room is full of windows and closets. Keep moving things around, but there's only so much you can do in a tiny room. Yours looks so clean and tidy.
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