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home Office Inspiration. If you are whatever taking into account my relatives or me, I watch HGTV roughly all afternoon or evening at home. I love seeing how Joanna Gaines can just transform any look into something specifically for her clients, or watching how the Property Brothers point dreams into reality. What more or less a home office remodel?

Now that my daughters have moved out, I became my own Joanna Gaines or Jonathan Scott by transforming a room in my home to my home office!

This room has a lot of records in my family; it's been a bedroom for my oldest daughter, then a guest room for my mother, and now it's finally my point to make a mark.

I Needed My Own Space

Don't get me wrong, I love my family, but I enormously dependence my own look to let my dreams and matter grow.

My favorite assistant-my husband, Ralph-helped me tremendously throughout the transformation!

He helped put on the 20-year-old bookshelves, my daughter's childhood bedframe, mattress, and all of the junk that had collected in the room.

Home Office Budget

I in addition to didn't have a big budget. I re-purposed a lot of things from roughly the house: bookshelves from my daughter's room, books I stuffed in the attic, tables, and lamps from our energetic room, etc.

The things I DID spend money on:

Teal chair - $110 from Wayfair
Curtains - $60 from Walmart.com
1 Bookcase - $75 from local vendor
Whiteboard - $15 from Walmart
Paint - $50 from Lowe's
Interior designer, Robin O'Nan - $155
Total = $465.00

Be A smart Shopper

Choosing the few things that I did want to splurge on is what I found to be the key. Having an interior decorator is key. She helped me pick the paint color and was nimble to put all of the items in their area to make an elegant acquit yourself space. Finding a local interior decorator can be simple by asking friends on social media for recommendations.

Re-purposing obsolescent things from roughly the home not abandoned saved me money, but it in addition to gave a further prudence of try to things I had forgotten were even there. I did not think that I could make a pretty look taking into account abandoned $500. One of the bookcases came from my daughter's room, the lamp was in my bedroom and the table was in the energetic room.

You accomplish not have to spend a fortune to have an office that looks taking into account it belongs on HGTV!

Talk to you soon,

Kathleen Olivieri

See before and after pictures here: http://infohpsamsung.com/