When our house was built 12 years ago, we had the oversized master bedroom converted into two rooms: a smaller master bedroom, and an additional room, accessible from the master, that could be used as an office. Fast forward to today, where the office space is plenty functional, and yet the bulk of my “office-ing” takes place at the kitchen island. I still hope to make that office cozy and usable, and so I was thrilled to find Caroline Clifton-Mogg’s new book, A Space of My Own, full of inspiring photos of office spaces and craft rooms that will hopefully prod me into action. Of course, I vacillate between having a modern, clean space and one that has an inspiration board filled with ephemera. I’ll try to artfully meld the two. I’ve enjoyed flipping through the book – I’ve gathered lots of ideas – if you’d like a chance to win my copy, read on for the details at the bottom of this post.
Ryland Peters & Small was kind enough to send me a review copy of A Space of My Own, and I’d like to pay it forward by giving it away to one of my US readers. Simply leave a comment telling me which is your favorite photo at this post before January 31, 2012 at noon cst. I’ll draw one name from the eligible entrants and announce the winner in my February 1 blog post. Full disclosure: I am personally handling the cost of shipping, which is why I’m limiting entrants to the US/one entry per person, please. Thank you and good luck
images courtesy of ryland peters & small