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  1. Such a lovely home office and craft room combo you created. Love how you maximized the use of space in this room. Every detail in this space is just perfect. LOVE IT!

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much Besa! You are so sweet. So glad that you enjoy the space as much as I do!

      >> Christene

  2. Ohmigosh!!!!! This turned out BEAUTIFULLY. I am so happy that you did this challenge.

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you Brittany!!!! I am so happy I did the challenge too. It was just the push I needed to actually finish the space and make it exactly how I wanted! I’m so glad it’s done!

      >> Christene

  3. This is gorgeous! I am absolutely saving this for inspiration for my next home office makeover. I need a refresh and your turned out so beautiful. I love all of the little details and I appreciate that you included so much detailed info so I can find these pieces myself! Fabulous job! Love your blog.

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much Casey! You are so sweet. I’m happy people notice the little details. And I’m glad that you appreciate it 🙂 I want to help inspire you to do projects like this in your home too! Thanks for the kind words about my blog 🙂
      >> Christene

  4. Thanks for sharing you’re journey with us. I absolutely ❤️❤️❤️ your office space – that wallpaper ????. It’s inspired me to have a go at my “mini office”. Can’t wait for your next ORC.

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Aww thank you so much Jacki!! I love the wallpaper too. I was nervous about it at first, because I don’t normally use pattern like that, but I’m in love with how it turned out!
      You can totally tackle a mini-office too!!
      Thanks for stopping by the blog

      >> Christene

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much! 🙂 I’m already loving it for crafting and creating!

      >> Christene

  5. Christene, your office is amazing! Ahhh! I just love the whole desk setup and am so proud of you guys for building it, wow! The navy lower cabinets are beautiful. Your shelf stying is on point–such pretty books and plants! And I think that is the nicest office chair I have seen. Great work and thanks for sharing!

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you for all the kind words Caitlin!! So glad that you love it as much as I do! 🙂
      I’m amazed that I pulled it off, but now I’m much more confident about my DIY building skills 🙂

      I appreciate all of the encouragement too 🙂

      >> Christene

  6. I don’t think this could possibly be any more gorgeous. From the wallpaper to the built-ins to the gorgeous hue of the navy cabinets. Going to pin this to several boards!

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much Marissa! I’m so glad I decided to do the navy cabinets — it turned out exactly as I was hoping. Thank you for pinning and sharing 🙂

      >> Christene

  7. Fantastic job! Found you while perusing the ORC guests. Using this as inspo for my mom’s new sewing room. Thanks & congrats!

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much, Val! Oooo a new sewing room will be so nice for your mom 🙂

      >> Christene

    1. Christene Holder says:

      Thank you so much Suzannah! So excited to have you here on the blog. Thanks for checking out my ORC space 🙂

      >> Christene

  8. This is amazinggg! I would love to do this is my home office too!!!! Mine was too messy and dark!!! Thanks for sharing

  9. MP in Indiana says:

    I love your new office space, thank you so much for sharing! It is exactly what I am working on in my own home. Is it impolite to ask a rough estimate of cost? And did you make hanging file drawers out of any of those storage spaces? Thank you again for sharing…beautiful!

  10. Wow! Your place looks nice. I love the colors of your workspace furniture so much. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Heather Bragg says:

    Thank you so much for writing about this! I have been so stressed out about our small office space. ANd this gives me some great ideas. THANK YOU!

  12. This is beautiful and so fresh! Obviously, this is an older post and so I am curious, have these cabinets stood the test of time/wear and tear? Has the paint chipped? I am thinking of painting our kitchen ones.

  13. This is absolutely beautiful! Do you mind me asking what it roughly cost to do?

  14. Beautiful office. I can see anyone enjoying this space. How did you finish off the gap between the walls and the tall cabinets? How has the paint held up since you’ve built them?

    1. That’s my question as well – did you figure it out?

  15. Hi Christene! This is amazing! I’m using it as my inspiration for my office. We just ordered the Ikea cabinets and had a quick question – how did you secure to the wall? Did you use the rail system? We are trying to figure out how to make it secured but not have a gap between the cabinet and the wall.

    Thanks in advance!

    1. I did use the rail system. There was a very slight gap, but we filled it with trim, caulk, and paint to hide it and make it look built in.
      >> Christene

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