Thursday, January 22, 2009

Dream Office

Jennifer of The Magic Brush discovered this drool-worthy office belonging to BrooklynLimestone. Other than my obvious love for Benjamin Moore "Waterfall" on the walls, I ADORE the hand painted birds and branches on the window. The Kartell Louis Ghost Chair, desk and zebra rug are just divine as well. And what a genius idea to frame a peg board. I think I discovered my dream office!

13 comments:

j.US.t chatter said...

i love love love window/wall decals, especially birds! (and poppies.. hehe)

Allie said...

I must say that the color, Waterfall, is the exact color of the pool directly under the waterfall at Turner Falls Park in Oklahoma! That entire room is divine!

kathi said...

I found these photos earlier and saved the one of the birds painted on the window. Added it to my "idea file." :)

Rose said...

So gorgeous! Why can't my office look so clutter-free? Are the birds/branches painted on the window? I know I've seen wall decals that are very similar. What a way cool idea! And the pegboard is truly genius; I'm sooooo gonna copy that idea. I already have a smaller frame with similar molding.
So glad you posted this, Erin!

Paris Hotel Boutique said...

LOVE this and love the scissors!

The Eclectic Curio... said...

very cool office but i am too messy to have such a nice office. hee hee! love the gold framed wall organizers....very creative!

High Desert Diva said...

Love it!

Mrs. Limestone said...

Thanks so much!

PS: The birds were painted on. Trying to keep everything in here on a budget so that was the cheapest option.

eddieross said...

Wow what a great office!!! I adore Mrs. Limestone!!! Your blog is amazing and so much fun to read!!!!
Eddie :)

Persian Tea said...

this is just perfect.

pve design said...

I really just want to go there and work for a day and mess it all up. It is so perfect!

Brookie said...

LOVE your office! Where did you get the rug?

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This is an amazing charming space. Beautifully done. I had the opportunity to intern with Liz and she is absolutely incredible! I love all of her work!

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