Navy Blue Office – LMB Rental July 2014

Navy Blue Office

The navy blue office was one of the first rooms that I couldn’t wait to style when we moved into our rental a few months ago. I was unpacking boxes as we loaded them in the house & styling the shelves with stuff that we already owned. I was excited to work with these floor to ceiling bookshelves & this small little room off of our front sitting room. I’m still waiting on new window treatments, and I want to add a few lovely details, but if I waited for the room to be perfect than I would never be able to show it to you. Do I say that all the time? Yes, I probably do. I want you to feel confident with your house, I want you to know that it doesn’t have to be perfect for you to be content with your space. Show those rooms off! Even when you have curtains hanging a foot off the ground….

Navy Blue Office

Navy Blue Office
Navy Blue Office
Navy Blue Office
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The walls in the office are relaxed navy by Valspar & they were painted by the previous owners. Of course if I had my choice of paint I would have chosen white, but I had the fun of the “challenge” of decorating with the navy walls. The rug is from Pottery barn, the desk is a painted antique, the fiddle fig print is something I found {here} & had printed at Staples & I placed in an antique window. The chair was another fabulous antique find {For Free!} it’s a comfortable desk chair & I love all the pops of green in this room with the navy blue. What do you think of the office space? Have a question or want to know where something is from? Leave it in the comments below, find me on Facebook, or chat with me on Instagram! I hope you like the space & thank you so much for stopping by my little blog today! xx

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