Desk in a box

Remove the clutter by combining all your desk essentials in a smart flip-lid box

My workspace consists of the end of our dining table and while my husband has very kindly let me invade this space, I thought the pots of pens, piles of washi tape and multiple pairs of scissors were really getting a bit much for a family living space.

So… with an old Lisa Ho box, some marble wrapping paper I made through Spoonflower and a bit of grey felt I created a storage area for all my bits & pieces, with a little mood board inside.Desk in a box blog image 12014-03-31 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace092014-03-31 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace102014-03-31 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace142014-03-31 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace122014-03-30 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace032014-03-31 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace112014-03-30 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace062014-03-30 - Desk in a box BLOG - copyright Catherine Wilson for catherine & grace04

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+ styling & photography by catherine & grace

xx Catherine JPEG

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