Home office makeover tips with Inkifi

What are your house resolutions this year? If you have plans to do a home office makeover, or simply want to add a few finishing touches, do pop over to Inkifi‘s blog this week as I have written my top tips. I also talk about some different ways to use printed photos in your office to make it more of a personal space, instead of just purely practical.

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Scandi inspired work space | Apartment Apothecary

I love printing out my photos and Inkifi offer some brilliant different formats and they are beautiful quality. Here is a peek at some of the photographs I have had printed and what I have done with them…

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Apartment Apothecary

In an effort to be more organised I made some Mini prints into labels to stick on to storage boxes – so handy to have the images so I know exactly what is in each box.

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Apartment Apothecary

I had a few Postcards made up including this image that Katharine Peachey took at our Styling Spring At Mine event last year. It is so wonderful having beautiful memories in print dotted round the room.

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Apartment Apothecary

I made up a couple of Photostrips featuring some of my best blogger pals and have attached them to my pegboard.

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Apartment Apothecary

I couldn’t resist an Instagram framed print of Otto to make my work space more personal.

Home office makeover tips with Inkifi | Apartment Apothecary

All ready for a new year with a new beautiful planner, stuffed with notes, reminders, and Square prints of happy days last year.

Do pop over to Inkifi’s blog to see and read more, especially if you want to improve your work space in 2016 – there are lots of other really beautiful posts over there so it’s well worth a visit.

Katy x

 

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4 Comments

  1. Sarah Ford 7th January 2016 / 2:59 pm

    I love making my craft space at home lovely and welcoming and love the space you have created.

    For my office at my place of work I also try to personalise it by covering my noticeboards with lovely wallpaper (only one roll is required to cover the whole board), I have a decoupaged stags head mounted on the wall which, at the moment, has some hand made 3D stars hanging from his antlers.

    I am quite restricted due to inherited furniture, office carpet in a deep blue colour, shredders, walkie talkie docking stations, employer expectations etc but anything to make it a little less ‘officey’.

    • Katy 8th January 2016 / 2:49 pm

      I totally agree, Sarah! Love the idea of covering your noticeboard in wrapping paper x

  2. Jenny 8th January 2016 / 11:32 am

    We have been researching for some new furniture and decor to revamp our back living room and office. YOu have got my all inspired now to get my home office finished. I am not so good at the design side of things. But love your tips thanks.

    • Katy 8th January 2016 / 2:50 pm

      Oh good, glad it’s helped, Jenny. Good luck with finishing it off and I look forward to seeing the end results x

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