August 15, 2013

Office Source List

Thanks for your sweet comments on our office reveal! You guys are the best readers a blogger could ever have :)

Whenever I see someone's room makeover, I typically wonder where they got something. If you're like me, today is your lucky day because I'm going to share where I got most of the things you saw in our office!

Here we go!

Wall color: Benjamin Moore's "Revere Pewter" in an eggshell finish

Trim/closet door color: Dunn Edward's "Birch White" in a flat finish

Light fixture: Valencia dark bronze semi-flush mount light from Lowe's, manufactured by Good Earth Lighting (more information can be found here).

Curtain rod: DIY project. Tutorial can be found here.

Curtains: IKEA Ritva in white, 118" length

Rug: cowhide from a local gem show. A similar one can be found at IKEA.

Gray chair: IKEA Karlstad chair. Mine is the tufted version they used to sell but sadly discontinued.

Black and white pillow on chair: Lappljung Ruta cushion cover from IKEA

Faux sheepskin on chair: Tejn faux sheepskin from IKEA

Side table: Target (discontinued)

Fox: Target (discontinued)

White vase: local grocery store

Faux spiky leaf: Pottery Barn (discontinued)

Abstract art: West Elm. It's no longer available but Shannon and Kristin have great DIY tutorials on how to make a piece of your own!

Floor lamp: Target

Shelves: Vittsjo from IKEA (spray painted Valspar's "Indigo Streamer")

Decorative Accessories: Too many to list but if you have a specific question about one, feel free to ask :)

Desks: Josephine desks from World Market. The tutorial on how to make them into campaign style desks can be found here.

Desk chairs: Tabouret stacking chairs (in tangerine) from

Decorative accessories (L to R):

  • Candle, Target
  • Origami giraffe, Z Gallerie (discontinued)
  • Gold skull, HomeGoods
  • Trophy, Target (discontinued)
  • Wooden pencils, HomeGoods
  • Skeleton key, HomeGoods
  • Red ball AKA Ball of Whacks, Amazon
  • Patterned blue book, Marshall's
  • Big kid toy on modem, Johnny Cupcakes
  • Faux orchid, HomeGoods
  • Crystal, local gem show
  • Glass temperature guage, boyfriend's
  • Lamp, HomeGoods
  • Dance figure, gift
  • Yellow vase, West Elm (discontinued)
  • Pantone book in vase, Pantone

Gallery wall artwork (Clockwise L to R):

Gallery wall frames: All of them came from Michael's

I think that's everything!

The only things I purchased for the makeover were:

Total makeover cost: $436! Not too bad if I may say so myself :)

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  1. This looks fantastic. I love how you pulled it together.

  2. Wow! I can't believe you did all of that for $436. Crazy. I guess you can pull that off when you are a master stylist :)

  3. LOVE! where did you get the lion drawer pulls from?

  4. Thanks Linda! :)

    Thanks Amber! I think I'll add that title to my future business cards ;)

    Thanks Sunny! The lion drawer pulls are from Ace Hardware but you can find them online if you search for lion head drawer pull. They're manufactured by Amerock and are part of their Allison Value Hardware.

  5. So I'm new to your site and will definitely be followin' along from now on! Love how you mix styles and make it feel so interesting.

    I do have one question though - how do you avoid all the standard storage things that seem to fill up an office like file cabinets, in boxes, printers? Any tips? I am always trying to streamline and I am happy I have really cut down on all the bulky ugly stuff but you don't hardly have ANYthing in there. So it made me curious :)

  6. You are an amazing stylist. I would kill for your skills.

  7. You are an amazing stylist. I would kill for your skills.

  8. Hi- recently found your blog and am a new follower! I love your style and you have great tips! I would love to know where you got the bear on the bottom middle shelf!
    Kelci @ FickleDigs


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