|a couple weeks ago, i did some rearranging in my workspace to accommodate more storage and organization for the business. i used to have a sitting area in the corner where the bookshelf now is, but it was wildly underused and i knew that space could be utilized in a much better way. without buying a single thing, i moved some furniture around from other rooms in our apartment to create a perfect little corner for Elisabeth Ashlie HQ. i'm pleased with how it turned out and have found it to be very useful and allow me to be more productive during the workday.|
for me, storage should be both functional and aesthetically pleasing. i like to use open storage items so that i know what's inside and to double as decor. a lot of the items i've used to set up my system are not specifically 'workspace/office' items, but things that i've collected over the years that work just as well!
|bookshelf: Ikea | canvas bag: Marshall's | galvanized boxes: Ikea | fur rug: Home Goods | wall art: Target|
|glass box: Hobby Lobby | wire basket: Target (similar)|
|magazine holder: Ikea|
|gold magazine holder: Target | farmers market basket: Anthropologie | spice jars: Ikea|
the way i've organized the letters for jewelry is probably my favorite part! they used to all be kept in tiny plastic bags that were falling apart and difficult to manage. now i can see exactly what i have on hand and what i need to order.
|box: Hobby Lobby|
i love using a reusable bag like this for my trips to the mailbox. they can hold quite a few packages and fold up nicely to be stashed in my bag until the next day.
|most of these items are linked in this post|
my mom gave me these glass boxes for Christmas and they're perfect for storing extra jewelry supplies, new items, and other things. i love that they're pretty and that i can see inside of them without having to open them.
|egg crate: Anthropologie (similar)|
|pencil holder: Anthropologie|
so, there you have it! a peek into my workspace and how i've organized for my business!