Happy Tuesday everyone!
I hope you are having a lovely, cosy day! The weather has been a bit dull lately in Aberdeen so I am trying to do my best and not let it drag me down. Copious amounts of hot chocolate, cups of Earl Grey tea, slices of homemade lemon drizzle cake, wearing colours and meeting friends have been some of the few things that keep me happy and busy these days. And I also got some great news that have definitely put a big smile on my face and got my mind away the weather. As in this month I am Wayfair’s latest ambassador which means I will be trying their products and make my space more of a home while adding personal touches to each room. To say I am beyond excited to be part of the Wayfair’s ambassador team is not enough! I love interior designing and in another life if I hadn’t followed the research pathway I would have certainly chosen to study something more artistic and creative! So this is my chance to get my hands occupied while designing my dream place with Wayfair’s team help!
So far, I have a big list of products that I have favoured and I am looking forward to placing a massive order but for now I have ordered this rug to go under my desk and this table lamb. I am keen on Scandi, clean, minimal designs so I will keep a white/grey colour palette and add loads of wooden touches, plants and artwork from my travels.
Here is what else has caught my attention:
A colourful wall.
A blackboard wall to write down my thoughts and pin all my card postals.
A desk office full of flowers with a secretary desk!
And a desk that displays a mixture of art, plants, colours and prints.
I am delighted to be part of this project with Wayfair and I am excited to share with you all the steps of renovating the flat with ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures. I hope you enjoy it as much I am enjoying this process!
Which is your favourite desk situation and most importantly, how is the weather in your area?
Tell me all about it!
All images taken from my Pinterest board HERE. I couldn’t find the initial sources however I am more than happy to give credits wherever they are due if you happen to know the photographer(s).