Studied Delight

As eagle-eyed readers have no doubt picked up from Twitter, we’ve more or less redecorated my study and today I finished moving all my stuff back in, including maps I’ve been holding onto for more than 15 years while waiting for a place to hang them all.

I’m delighted with the result, which is exactly as I’d hoped it would be, although I am sure it will not be to everyone’s taste.

new study

Minimalism, what’s that? And yes, it really is that orange

As well as storage (I was about to say ‘ample storage’ but to be honest my new storage boxes are already all spoken for) I now also have a place to put several years’ worth of cycle campaigning memorabilia.

Pinboard of POP posters

I still need more space for books, and no doubt it will never look this organised again, but I finally have a work space I am truly happy with. This leaves only one problem: I now have to get on with all the things I’ve been waiting until I have the perfect work space to do …

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10 Responses to Studied Delight

  1. Andy in Germany says:

    It’s comforting to know I’m not the only person who likes and collects maps…

  2. WOL says:

    I here by surrender to you my share of the world’s orange, including the fruit (I’m allergic to them).

  3. disgruntled says:

    @Andy – I don’t so much collect maps as accumulate them…
    @WOL – I think I’ve probably got enough now

  4. msnomadica says:

    What an awesome place to work, great job!

  5. disgruntled says:

    The problem is, now I have to do some work …

  6. Ellen says:

    I love it, especially the curtain/shade!!

  7. Love the designs of your cycling posters. And the roller blind 😉 What a warm inviting space.

  8. disgruntled says:

    Thank you! One of the best things about organising POP has been working with our amazing poster designer

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