For those who know us, you know that we’re obsessed with all things pretty. A couple months ago, we decided to give our office a little facelift. Down came the wallpaper and up went the primer covering our brown accent wall–a wall which we loved but knew it was time to part with. We decided that the perfect color for our office was white. That’s right, bright, clean, and airy white.
Call us minimalists, but nothing gets us going like the color white (yes, it’s a real color). Our entire office was completely transformed with the stroke of a brush (well, more than one but you know what we mean)–somehow the bare walls appeared to increase the square footage of our space, and they certainly brightened it up which makes for cheery BB girls. Who doesn’t love a cheery BB girl? But, we digress. It was perfect…or almost perfect; there was still something missing. And then it hit us, we couldn’t give our office a makeover and completely neglect our inspiration board which happens to be the focal point of, well, our inspiration.
It was time to upgrade to something a little more fabulous. With the help of our lovely interns and a few lady-friendly tools, we made ourselves a brand new and improved board. It’s so easy to make and it fits so well with our new look, we just can’t keep it to ourselves! Keep reading for a mini tutorial. But first, a few photos of our “newish” office. Note, the pink accents — another favorite color around here. Enjoy!
And now for the little tutorial…
(1) 24″x36″ Poster & Wall Frame
(2) 4 Packs of 12″x12″ Quartet cork tiles
(1) 11 oz Krylon Brushed Metallic Satin Nickel Spray Paint
(2) 1yd, 6in of fabric
Glue gun and glue sticks