My husband loves me.
Know how I know?
The other day when he was rewiring a 200-year-old house, he took down a little light fixture and walked it over to the dumpster. Just as he was about to toss it in, he thought, “I should save this for my wife. She would like it.”
So you girls can keep your flowers and chocolates. I’ll take my vintage light love any day of the week.
I’ve been thinking that I need to carve out a little niche in my house and make it my “office” space. I love using the kitchen island and all, but I really would enjoy a more private, inspirational space to
doodle and twirl my hair write and create.
My house doesn’t have much spare space, but eventually, I’m going to make this happen.
I’m thinking my niche needs a parson’s metal desk like this one.
With a cute red chair like this.
And a bubble glass lamp like this.
I know I keep going back to Dr. Suess colors, but I love them.
Then I’d throw some bookshelves up on the wall and have FringeMan install that cute little vintage light under one of the shelves, so the light would shine down on my books and piles of papers and other assorted junk.
I may even throw a cookie jar like this on one of the book shelves, only I’d fill it with M&M’s.
And then I’d be inspired to write a New York Times bestseller. Or at least a good blog post. 🙂
Do you have a special place carved into your home where you work?
Or do you sit at the kitchen table like me?
Thank you FringeMan for thinking of me. I love my vintage light so much that I’ve created an entire space for it to live in. Aren’t you excited?