I doubt I’m the only person who likes to work in a beautiful environment. It inspires creativity and furthers my focus. Plus it’s nice to have a reason to leave the house when I could work from home. I’ve been a part of a co-working space since February and have loved it as a change of scenery.
The space has a TON of natural light and has that older building charm which I love. I love sitting near the front windows and people watch in between my writing. I get some of my best ideas from seeing other people interact. It’s the weirdest thing but that’s the way my brains works.
Sometimes I’ll sit in the back conference room because I can’t get enough of the hand drawn walls. I am obsessed with the pattern and wish I could replicate something like that in my home office. A girl can dream! While we don’t use the fireplace, I love sitting near it. The combination of the modern white chairs mixed with the rustic wooden table makes for a comforting work space.
Now that we’ve moved into our house I have a dedicated office again. I’m painting it in the next couple of weeks (I currently have yellow walls) and have the most beautiful work space as my inspiration. Oh and did I mention that it’s located right next to an amazing coffee shop? A co-working space can’t get much better than that.
I’ve written a post on how to find inspiration but one of the best things I can do is simply come here. Sit in this space, take in the decor, look at my to-do list and get crackin’. Because of it’s clean white environment, it forces me to truly focus on the task at hand. And isn’t that the goal of a beautiful work space?
Photos by Sarah Bradshaw Photography