How did I arrange the wedding office? #5
My world is spinning so fast that changes are ahead of my plans, fortunately in a positive direction. Wedding Label is at its best, Courses for a Wedding Consultant also (the next one in 3 weeks in Warsaw) and recently we have expanded our activity also by wedding decorations. It cannot be hidden - a slightly larger office is what we need.
I do not stand still, I am not afraid of new challenges, I do not look back, I also give in to what fate brings with it. On this occasion, I wanted to show you my today's Wedding Consultant's office, because I will be staying here soon ...
When designing my office I focused on:
- a neutral color base - I chose white and gray on the walls, ceiling and floor
- a bold pattern in basic colors - wallpaper with a Moroccan clover motif - read more about it in this post
- white furniture with silver accessories
- I completed the whole with colorful accessories.
And this is how the whole looks.
One of the main furniture is a horizontally arranged bookcase, which is used not only for organizing documents and books, but also as a buffet.
Above the bookcase, I have hung four shelves, on which I have displayed my favorite industry books, which are a beautiful decoration in themselves and complement the wedding character of this place. Golden posters in gold frames are a wonderful complement - I like to combine different colors of metals in interiors, which make them less obvious. I order such posters, as well as in silver and copper here and I have a discount for you on the INSTALOVE password.
I decided on a high-gloss white desk with characteristic X-shaped legs, which in silver color gave the room elegance.
On the left side of the desk I put a chest of drawers, which makes it much easier for me to bring order to documents, stationery accessories or advertising materials.
A fantastic complement to the whole is a bar trolley with wheels.
Here I fulfill my clients' dreams, but also mine. It makes me strange to think that in this office I will make room for our ever-growing team, and I will go with all this ... to the other side of the corridor 😉