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A Steed's Life

#1/10:

A Steed's Life

This office is the definition of organized! With the variety of storage boxes, Andrea from Asteedslife.com can tell you exactly where everything is! And although there is a lot of storage going on in her office, Andrea's office is very well placed and symmetrical. Create an office like Andrea by using like sized boxes on partenering shelves.
#2/10:

ChezzLarsson

#2/10:

ChezzLarsson

White on white with a tad of blue! Benita from Chezzlarson.com's office looks amazingly sleek with her magazine's in one row, as well as her files, and books. Keeping her office organized horizontally gives this office the look of being put together in style. Get Benita's office by choosing only one statement color paired with white.
#3/10:

A Cup of Mai

#3/10:

A Cup of Mai

Mai from Acupofmai.com turned her closet into a cute office haven. Her small space looks neat and tidy with her monogrammed coffee cups for pens and pencils and stacked magazines exposed in the desk area. And what better place to put notes than on the wall than with chalkboard paint? Get Mai's office by painting walls with chalkboard paint as well, leaving walls exposed for to-do lists, notes, and more.
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LiliKoi Joy

#4/10:

LiliKoi Joy

This guest room and office space is wonderfully put together by Sharron from Lilikoijoy.com. With the desk free and clear, Sharron has left the storage for the bookshelf, allowing the room to have a spacey feeling. By keeping the office furniture neutral with a bright, fun print on the wall gives a good seperation element from the guest room and office. Get Sharron's office style by keeping your desk bare and designating storage to one area.
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Emily A. Clark

#5/10:

Emily A. Clark

Hello books! Emily A. Clark from her blog by the same name has got a simple desk with a very large and in charge bookshelf. We love the books on the top and the baskets at the bottom, keeping your eye on her enormous collection of books. This office not only looks like an intelligent woman works here but it's quite inviting as well. Do the same in your office by purchasing large bookcases and limiting storage to the top and bottom shelves.
#7/10:

Love and Lace

#7/10:

Love and Lace

Inspired by Paris, Stephanie from Loveandlaceblog.com organized her office black, white, and pinks. In this bookshelf, she not only displays her Paris d‚cor, but organizes her books as well with the use of baskets and cute bookends. Get Stephanie's feminine style by mixing decor items and storage in the same space.
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The Lovely Side

#9/10:

The Lovely Side

Small and organized are the two terms best to describe this office. Jessica from Thelovelyside.com used paint chips as an inspiration for these vertically placed canvases. Below, she DIY'ed corkboards as a means to organize her week and inspirations. She kept her desk in the same color family in the paint chip canvases, by using small cups to hold pens and other desk items. Stay organized like Jessica by DIYing a corkboard calendar and inspiration boards.
#10/10:

Ranbling Renovators

#10/10:

Ranbling Renovators

With funky green walls and varying prints, Jennifer from Ramblingrenovators.com organized her office using an Ikea desk and hutch. Keeping a few shelves exposed, she placed books for easy reach and storage boxes for various office items. To top it off, Jennifer tied in the rooms color, decor, and prints with her corkboard above her computer. Get Jennifer's office by showing off fun decor and books, while tucking the rest away in drawers and cabinets.
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