One Room Challenge — Office Makeover with Vintage Finds

Time!!! The One Room Challenge final reveal deadline has arrived! Hands up! Well kinda. It’s the night before this post goes live, and I’m typing as fast as my little fingers can hit keys. I take that back, it’s after midnight. But for all intents and purposes, this room is dunzo! Like many of the other participants, I got the flu, and I’m tired and exhausted. Anyone who tells you this challenge is a breeze is lying. However, it’s also one of the most enjoyable blog projects I’ve ever completed. It’s been an absolute blast, but it really has come down to the wire. Last Saturday, I was still putting the finishing touches on the styling and scouring the Grayslake Flea Market like a crazed woman on a mission…for which I was. Yes, there are a few things that didn’t arrive on time, but it’s all good. I’m still pleased as punch with the final outcome.

My goal for this room was to bring in a lot of vintage pieces. Mixing old and new. Giving it a twist. Not banking on trends. I wanted the space to be comfy. Cozy. Someplace I’d like to hang out for hours. Challenge accepted. And I have to tell you, in my heart, with every fiber of my body, I know I hit this room makeover out of the park. Since I’m one of those people who can’t hold in their excitement…here’s the final reveal! My office makeover with vintage finds.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug

MORE AFTER THE JUMP…

Before I go any further, I have to mention my metal sliding door. It has such a cool story and after photographing it, I suddenly realized you don’t know the story behind it. When we originally finished the basement, I wanted an vintage fire door. I search eBay and ran across this guy who owned Black Dog Salvage. In his sweet southern accent, he explained that he had nothing in stock but could fabricate something. Custom door? Um, yes please! Where do I sign? We talked design and a couple weeks later her was asking where to ship it. My contractor about flipped when I told him I apparently needed a dock and a crane to move this thing. It weighs a ton, but it’s insanely cool. A few months later I received an email from Black Dog Salvage. Their TV show, Salvage Dawgs, was debuting on The DIY Network. Finally, I could put a face to that awesome southern drawl on the other side of the telephone. In case you were wondering, the blue paint is Farrow & Ball Dix Blue and the door has been painted in Farrow & Ball Down Pipe. OK, cool door story over…back to the office makeover with vintage finds.

If you’re new to the blog today and have no idea what’s going on, check out the process of the room design here:

Week 1   ///   Week 2   ///   Week 3   ///   Week 4   ///   Week 5

In the beginning, I didn’t really have a plan. The room was a hot mess. Stacks of papers. Samples for my design portfolio. Orphaned vintage finds. Anything really would be better then it’s original state. I told myself that I wasn’t going to revisit the before pictures, but as my trainer says, it’s necessary. You need to see just how far this room has come.

One Room Challenge

One Room Challenge

Please insert monkey covering eyes emoji here. For realzies. Looking back on this space now is insane. How I worked in this chaos is beyond me. Anyhoo, how did I make this magical transformation happen in 6 weeks? Were there unicorns and elves involved? Nope! I just had to dig down waaaaaaaaaay deep into my bag of tricks.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug and IKEA white design workspace

IKEA became my best friend. I had pinned this workspace set up a million times and loved the Scandinavian feel. The stark white with black accents pulled at my graphic design heart strings. So minimalistic…so not me. But by incorporating vintage finds and my color palette of blush, navy, blues and hits of pink, I was able to warm up that stark white…ah yes, this is me. I chose to keep my utilitarian chair. I”m not sure anyone can really argue with Herman Miller.

The Loloi Anastasia rug is really where the design took off. I fell head over heels in love with the colors. When it finally arrived I couldn’t wait to unwrap that sucka. I knew Loloi made amazing rugs, but nothing could prepare me for the gorgeous shades of blue, navy and sand nor was I prepared for how soft it was! I wanted to rub my face all over it. If you’re looking for a place to purchase it, you can find it here and here as well as many other retailers.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug and Vintage Chesterfield Sofa

Then began the hunt for the sofa. Originally, I was looking at this little number over at West Elm. But The Boy asked me about the budget for this room makeover. Hmmm, budget? I guess I never really thought about that. And suddenly thinking about it took a lot of the fun out of spending all this money I apparently didn’t have. Bye-bye beautiful West Elm leathery goodness. I started to search vintage options and found this sweet vintage Chesterfield at South Loop Loft Vintage. Now that sir is a beauty! South Loop Loft also hooked me up with those fancy lucite nesting tables (that I so need to polish, but ran out of time…priorities people…what can I say) and that cute tiny brass pineapple.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Minted Wilder California Palm Tree Print

Minted saved the day with this gorgeous print by Wilder California. And unbeknownst to me, my Decorist pal, Ashley Redmond, used it in the the Decorist headquarters makeover. We’ve had such a laugh over that. I mean Minted has a hundreds upon hundreds of prints! How is it that we picked the same exact artwork? Who knows. Personally, for me it was the soft blush pastels and golden tones. It’s really a shining piece in the space.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug and West Elm blush chair and brown leather pouf

You guys saw this view last week, but in the past week, it’s received quite a few new vintage goodies. Wanna play Where’s Waldo on what’s changed? That cute llama stole my heart when I saw him featured in Dabito’s collection on Chairish the other day. The head actually is removable and it can be turned into a vessel. The macramé piece is by Tallulah. I purchased it from Green Body Green Home. I did manage to get that blush West Elm chair past The Boy’s budget chat when it went on sale with an extra 20% off. You just can’t beat that price for a chair…especially this chair fit for a princess, and it seems to be made of magic and glitter. The cream throw is also from West Elm and the pillow is from Urban Outfitters. So, do you wanna take a closer look at that styling shelfie? 

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Interior Design - eclectic home decor accessories styling a shelfie DIY pipe shelf. Click thru to the blog for all the details. -

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Interior Design - eclectic home decor accessories styling a shelfie DIY pipe shelf. Click thru to the blog for all the details. -

Meek Vintage hooked me up with quite a few of these piece. I literally grabbed a photo of their shop off their Instagram, circled a bunch of stuff in Photoshop and sent it off to them begging for the pieces. They were super nice and shipped my vintage treasures from their shop in Denver to my doorstep. They also never judged me for being crazy. If you’re looking for some unique finds, I highly suggest you check them out.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Interior Design - eclectic home decor accessories styling a shelfie DIY pipe shelf. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - featuring vintage home decor by Meek Vintage Denver

How lucky was I to find peonies at the grocery store this morning??? Yahtzee!!! I love the bright splash of hot pink. The vintage trophies are from The Rabbit Hole. These too were a last minute buy and after more begging…yes, there’s been a lot of begging lately…they were super nice and shipped them licketty split.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Interior Design - eclectic home decor accessories styling a shelfie DIY pipe shelf. Click thru to the blog for all the details. -

The kaleidoscope is from my girl crush Emily Henderson. I snapped it up from her flea shop. The navy color and gold was perfect for the space.

In the beginning of this design project, I had dreams of rattan and African vintage indigo dancing in my head. After Week 2, I decided rattan and vintage indigo was entirely too trendy. Since this was a challenge, let’s challenge! But then my love of rattan and indigo took over. Gawwwww! Oh and that palm is from Target and yes sir-e-bob it’s totally fake. This room is in the basement after all.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - vintage african wedding indigo panels and rattan and gold bamboo nesting tables

Back to the indigo…I added a splash of it here…

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - vintage african wedding indigo panels and rattan

And here. I couldn’t help myself. I had to do it. It’s just so purdy! Besides, it was lonely sitting there on my prop shelf. I could hear it calling to me at night. Kyla…Kyla…Kyla. So even though I tried to deny it, a bit of boho crept back in, and I couldn’t be happier.

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - vintage african wedding indigo panels and rattan

BTDubs, is it weird that I haven’t really revealed my actual workspace yet? I think there’s only one little photo waaaaaay up there…I started to chat about it, but then my love of the rest of the room took over! So obvs, this is a home office makeover with vintage finds. We should probably take a closer look at the desk huh? Geez!

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug

Originally there was a brass task lamp here, but I remembered this amazing pair of vintage lucite lamps I snagged from a Chairish Instagram Sale. Finally a home for one of these guys.

Free Printable. Sign up for the House Of Hipsters Newsletter to get the download. Click thru to sign up.

And here’s a fun little diddy I managed to whip up! See that pink framed, “Make A Wish” print? I made that! AND it’s a free download sent straight to your inbox if you sign up for my monthly newsletter. Just fill in your email address, complete the sign up process and boom! Don’t worry, I will never give anyone else your email…no pressure. Easy peasy. I also have other free printables here.

Subscribe to our mailing list


One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the the IKEA with desk workspace

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug how to style a desk

So that’s it you guys! Did you make it all the way through? That was one hefty post! Thank you so much for stopping over and taking a gander at my home office makeover with vintage finds. The whole process has been amazing, and I can’t wait to do it all over again next Spring. Be sure to check out all the other participants here.

Here’s a couple last looks…a little eye candy for the road…oh and pretty much everything is sourced below because I love ya!

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design using the Loloi Anastasia Rug and Vintage Chesterfield Sofa

One Room Challenge — Fall 2015 Finale. Final room reveal of my Home Office design project. A makeover with vintage finds mixed with new home decor. I wanted a workspace that was comfy. Click thru to the blog for all the details. - Interior Design

Brown Chesterfield Loveseat

Lucite Nesting Tables

Glamboo Nesting Side Table

Brown Leather Pouf

White Curtains

Brass Curtain Rod

Cable Knit Throw – no longer available

Metallic Pillow

Navy Pillow

Blue Vase

Blue Tassels

Beaded Chandelier

White Vase in Window Sill

Navy Vase in Window Sill

Gold Feather Tray

Brown Camera Bag

Dog Artwork

Pink Painting

Top Knot Print

Herman Miller Aeron Chair

White IKEA Desk

Black and Natural Basket with Cover

Mexico Cookbook

Head Vase on Rattan Table

Terrarium

Rattan Table

Le Sac En Papier Bag

Palm Tree Print

Brown Hair On Hide Leather Tote

Blush and Brass Chair

Cream Throw

Cream Textured Pillow

White Llama

Large White Honeycomb Vase

Small White Vase with Gold Hearts

Macramé

Navy, Platinum, Pink Bowl

Vintage Trophies

Wooden Bowl, Southwestern Vase, Chippy Coper Vessel with Feet

Portrait – vintage

Eat Drink Nap

The Kinfolk Home

Gold Scissors

Gold Stapler

Lucite Tray

 

64 Comments

  1. cassie @ primitive & proper November 11, 2015

    i LOVE it kayla, but i knew i would- totally dig your style!

    Reply
    • kyla November 11, 2015

      Thanks Cassie! You know I love a #thriftscorethursday photo opt!

      Reply
  2. ashley@biggerthanthethreeofus November 11, 2015

    Heck yes! LOVE it. My favorites… everything! Actually, I really like the art, the llama, the shelf styling and the work desk area. Can you come over and style my credenzas for me?

    Reply
    • kyla November 11, 2015

      Isn’t that llama the best! And what’s even cooler is the head comes off and it’s a vase! I totally forgot to mention that in my post. I’m dying to see yours!!! Need to make my way over there.

      Reply
  3. Emily @ Table & Hearth November 11, 2015

    It’s so KYLA!!!! It’s perfect!!! You’re going to be so freakin’ creative in here now it’s not even funny. That blush chair still has my heart but the light and bright desk space is pretty badass. Way to ORC friend! Oh, question, were the pipe shelves part of the challenge too or did you already have those up?

    Reply
    • kyla November 11, 2015

      I actually had them up already. It was one of the only original pieces in the room…but I did a DIY post on it a while back you can find it here. http://houseofhipsters.com/2014/08/how-to-build-a-pipe-shelf-diy/ Also, you’re so sweet! Thank you so much my dear for stopping over…now I have to go check out your patio!

      Reply
  4. Arielle November 11, 2015

    I have LOVED following along with this one – really one of my favorites! It turned out great and you should definitely be proud. Loving your copper details (that hammered copper bowl!), and all the warmth from the textiles and natural elements. Also – we love the guys at Black Dog Salvage! So great to read your story.

    Reply
    • kyla November 11, 2015

      Aren’t they the nicest guys ever! And thank you!!!!!! This was a really fun room to makeover. I think because it was just so gross to begin with…that and I spend a lot of time here. Now it’s actually a room I want to sit in.

      Reply
  5. decorist (@decorist) November 11, 2015

    So fun Kyla! and that print, well you know we love that so much we put it in our office https://www.decorist.com/blog/decorists-very-own-office-makeover/

    Reply
  6. Catherine Clifford November 11, 2015

    Fair lady beauty salon…love. love. love!

    Reply
  7. Aniko@PlaceOfMyTaste November 11, 2015

    LOVE everything, girl! Every little vintage finds, your lama, your picture displays, your sofa! I don’t think I need to go on as I really love everything and your styling is fun!!! high five and now take a little break until the next challenge. Xo:-)

    Reply
  8. joanna // jojotastic November 11, 2015

    ummm this is amazing. that chesterfield is QUITE the find, too!

    Reply
  9. Laura Irion November 12, 2015

    DUDE! I’m not even going to start the laundry list of things I love in here, because it wouldn’t end. You really did knock it out of the park, and your styling is beautiful. GREAT job. And I love seeing the Fount cameo!! Why didn’t I steal that when I had the chance!!! 🙂 Congrats friend, ORC success!!!!

    Reply
  10. Kristi November 12, 2015

    Oh my gosh!!!!!! It’s absolutely perfect Kyla!!! That rug, that sofa – you’ve found so many beautiful pieces! It’s STUNNING my friend!

    Reply
  11. houseupdated November 12, 2015

    Kayla – it looks so great! I love all the colors and it just looks so pulled together. One of my faves, for sure. You rock!

    Reply
  12. The whole space is so cozy. love all the layer you’ve done. it feels eclectic and collected! congrats!

    Reply
  13. Maggie Overby November 12, 2015

    Where are the little clapping hand emojis on this thing? I want to put a whole line of them. Anyway standing ovation for a job well done, and I love all your tight shots of you collection of “things.” I love a lived in space where you can tell the person is surrounded by the “things” they love.

    Reply
  14. christinedovey November 12, 2015

    This is so perfect…as I knew it would be!!! I absolutely ADORE how layered this space is and how it feels like it’s been so thoughtfully collected over time. There are so many layers and little moments to discover, which makes it feel so lush and dynamic. I love, love the beauty sign, the girl portrait, your leather poof area, rug, sofa…you get the idea…love it all. Beautiful, beautiful job! Oh and the door…AMAZE and love the story behind it!

    Reply
  15. Sarah @ Little Red Brick House November 12, 2015

    Stunning! I love how everything has been carefully curated. Each piece is so unique to the space and feels like it has its own special story. All of the artwork is fantastic and I must admit that I’m a tiny bit obsessed with that little llama! 🙂 Beautiful job!

    Reply
  16. Teresa { Life and Renovations} November 12, 2015

    Everything is just beautiful! This certainly looks like an office that inspires creativity! It is so beautiful with so many layers of interest. You did such an amazing job! I covet those shelves, BTW:)

    Reply
  17. Erin | Holtwood Hipster November 12, 2015

    There are so many things I love about this space – the door (and its story!), the collected vibe with all the vintage finds, that seating vignette next to the pipe wall shelf, all the art work in the space… but the thing that drives it home for me is that this your work space and you filled it with all these lovely things that inspire and speak to you personally. Lots of layers, textures and it all works so well together. One of my favorites.

    Reply
  18. irisnacoleatwh November 12, 2015

    I love this space! It’s so layered and well thought out. Every little detail is great! Enjoy!

    Reply
  19. britt kingery November 12, 2015

    That llama! Little dude(tte) came in and stole the show for juuuuuust a second. I love it. Bottom line–everything is absolute perfection! You knocked it out of the park for sure!

    Reply
  20. Holly Young November 12, 2015

    I would never want to leave if my office looked like that! Lovely job my dear.

    Reply
  21. Heather @ The Deans List Blog November 12, 2015

    WOW! I love this space – looks so chic and clean with a fun vibe! Congrats!

    Reply
  22. Amy @ Love On Sunday November 12, 2015

    LOVE LOVE LOVE. I love how you incorporated all your vintage pieces into your office. Your desk space is quite similar to mine and we even have the same plant…great minds think alike 😉

    Reply
  23. rajnialexdesign November 12, 2015

    Love the gallery wall above the desk area, as well as the rug! Congrats, you did an amazing job 🙂

    Reply
  24. Designs By Katy November 12, 2015

    How cute is your styling? Congrats lady! Cheers from Colorado

    Reply
  25. sarahsofiaproductions November 12, 2015

    Kyla what a beautiful office space you have created! I love anything vintage and mixing highs and lows to create my own space and you’ve done it so well here! I am so glad to have met you thru ORC! You have inspired me thru your design! BRAVO on a job well done! XOXO, Sarah

    Reply
  26. Mindi November 12, 2015

    Wow, it just looks amazing!! Great job, love your style!

    Reply
  27. Kevin | Thou Swell November 12, 2015

    Your styling is KILLER! I love how it all turned out – cozy with vintage elements yet clean and well organized (perfect for getting work done)! Amazing transformation!

    Reply
  28. You crushed it, Kyla! Congratulations. The desk area looks great (huge improvement!) and I especially love how you styled the bookshelf. So many amazing accessories! Congratulations!!!

    Reply
  29. Emily, Our house now a home November 12, 2015

    This is a beautiful room! I love the neutral colors and all of the texture. The desk is an amazing work space, and the seating area looks so cozy! You did a wonderful job! I also took part in the ORC and am so relieved it is done!

    Reply
  30. laurie615 November 12, 2015

    Good good good lady! Like really good! Great job, love it all!

    Reply
  31. Erin Meyer November 12, 2015

    What an great transformation! I completely agree that you need those before pictures to see just how far you’ve come. Great job!

    Reply
  32. Corinna - A Designer At Home November 12, 2015

    Can i come hang out in your office while you work? The space is decorated beautifully and you’ve given me lots of new shops to check out!

    Reply
  33. jessica November 12, 2015

    Love! it is so bright and homey! I would have never guessed that this was on the lower level (basement). Great job and I am totally digging that art of the lady on your shelf—SO COOL!

    Reply
  34. Caitlin @ Desert Domicile November 12, 2015

    It’s so gorgeous! I love the added pops of indigo 🙂

    Reply
  35. Beth of design POST interiors November 12, 2015

    Oh my gosh your source list is like Christmas coming early! Every little tiny, special detail is perfect!

    Reply
  36. Hollie Cooper November 12, 2015

    Kyla, I love this space – I just want to come over & hang out! The rug, sofa, wood & pipe shelving & art work are my favourite elements! Hollie

    Reply
  37. Looks fabulous! what a wonderful job!

    Reply
  38. marcie November 12, 2015

    Fabulous!! I love every interesting element of this room – you just keep seeing awesomeness the longer you look at the pics!

    Reply
  39. Lilly November 12, 2015

    I don’t know how you can get any work done in here. I would be sitting all day on the love seat, feeling all the button tufting and the leather, ooohhh, and oogleling all day at the things in the room as if I were somewhere rich and I never wanted to leave. I looked at every picture very slowly making sure I took in every inch of the space. It’s lovely, whenever you want to invite me over, I’m in. Although me feeling all of your things and staring would probably make it a very uncomfortable place to work. Ha, I’m sorry what I’m trying to say is, job well done, I love the space!

    Reply
  40. Brynne@The Gathered Home November 12, 2015

    Woohoo! Such great stuff, girl! You totally rocked this! Impeccable styling! And that little llama is a total show-stealer 😀

    Reply
  41. Nicki @ T-shirt & Jeans November 12, 2015

    Kyla-I new you would nail this, and you totally did! I love every corner-such personality and complete coziness. What a stylish space!

    Reply
  42. […] #2: To see what this type of hardware would look like painted in a matte black, check out the first picture in this post at House of Hipsters. I have a different plan for mine, but I think that looks […]

    Reply
  43. Jenny @ Refresh Living November 13, 2015

    You are so very talented – I love your new office. It makes me feel at peace thinking about creating in a room like that! The eclectic vintage feel is so very perfect. Beautiful, beautiful job!

    Reply
  44. sherry hart November 14, 2015

    Yo….you nailed this space. Full of great stuff to stare at thinking where could that go in my house:) Let’s hear it for this cool office space and that steel door…..wowza.

    Reply
  45. Brittany November 14, 2015

    Wow!! Everything looks amazing!!

    Brittany,
    http://www.lawyerlookbook.com

    Reply
  46. celine@aquahaus November 15, 2015

    Absolutely fantastic, but no surprise there. It’s so fresh, eclectic, and mod. xo

    Reply
  47. […] The One Room Challenge is not for the faint of heart. You have to be prepared and accept change without hesitation. Be versatile and roll with all the punches and snaffoos that are thrown your way. Maybe the sofa will be on backorder or take 12 weeks for delivery or won’t fit through the door. Maybe the paint color is all wrong, or the weather won’t cooperate making your contractor run behind. The chandelier was delivered in pieces. It happens. It’s life. But you only have 6 weeks from start to finish, so you better be able to think on your feet. […]

    Reply
  48. […] shiny silver color put you off, rest assured that you can paint it and it will look great. (You can see here what it would look like painted […]

    Reply
  49. Linda @ Calling it Home November 16, 2015

    I love all the layers and textures. Great job.

    Reply
  50. Carol @ CAD INTERIORS November 16, 2015

    I love your room, and not just because I love this design aesthetic! You are brilliant with your styling and layering. You bring in the most awesome vintage finds, and are fearless in mixing them with the new and modern. Fantastic room! One of my faves in the ORC. 🙂

    Reply
  51. […] House Von Hipsters Etiketler:Büromakeover, Challenge, Finds, Room, Vintage […]

    Reply
  52. In My Wheele House November 19, 2015

    I am loving so much about this. The Lucite tables make it so airy. The leather chesterfield is to die for. It is divine. Also, not many people mention this… but your before pics are epic. It is giving me total realness. Love it, plus it makes the reveal all that much more dramatic.

    Reply
  53. […] that was a bit of radio silence, huh? So sorry. I gotta tell you guys, that One Room Challenge really wiped me out. That and all last week my in-laws were visiting from Germany, oh and I was […]

    Reply
  54. shannon November 25, 2015

    Welp, it’s official; you now have another full-fledged web stalker on your hands.:) I love, love, love your office! You totally knocked it out of the park. So, I promise not to get all “single white female” on you, but I actually had a question about your living room. Where did you get that gorgeous gray sofa? Look forward to seeing what you’re up to next!!

    Reply
  55. […] first on Domino’s blog in an article about Serena and Lily. My latest encounter was with the One Room Challenge. Two rooms I was lusting over had rattan hanging chairs. Super cute and […]

    Reply
  56. […] running out of room to stash my treasures, and the UPS man hates me more then he did during the One Room Challenge. Also, The Boy has put a halt on all things furniture. It’s kinda spiraled so out of […]

    Reply
  57. […] Image via House of Hipsters. […]

    Reply
  58. […] you? Anyhoo, my office at the old house was in the basement. I made the best out of it with the One Room Challenge design last fall; however, this time I’m the big winner of “Offices That Rock”. […]

    Reply
  59. Jen @ Fresh Crush October 11, 2016

    Love love love the vibe in this space Kyla! That shelving is awesome and the rug is perfection!

    Reply
  60. Monica February 28, 2017

    Love your set up so beautiful. Can u please tell me what size are your table tops?
    Thank you

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *