The art on the wall is from an Anthropologie catalog. Typically, I would cut the feathered edge and smooth it to the wall, but I liked the rough edge this time and decided to leave it. I don't know if it seems interesting to me because it scales the space or because it looks like a giant piece of paper on the wall. Shrug.
Sadly, my office space is not as chill as this one. In fact it was looking quite wicked a few weeks ago thanks to this hobby. Anyone who blogs about their miniatures can tell you that the space that houses the miniature structures starts getting crazy very quickly if you don't keep it in check. After working over a few scenes, I try to put everything back where it belongs but sometimes I'm more focused on creating than cleaning up. I start dumping furniture into other empty structures, stacking boxes upon boxes and sweeping out whole rooms of furniture and accessories into baskets. The roofs of my houses usually look like someone is having a furniture sale. Yeah, it can get bad. So, I've now harnessed 'the shame that was' and have made some decent progress on reorganizing my miniatures thanks to a little trip to Ikea. Metal shelves and birch plywood boxes have given me some freedom from ugly Rubbermaid totes.
I still have more work to do. Wish me luck, friends...
The Goods: The chairs are Peter Tucker; the chaise is PRD; the desk is made of wooden blocks and a spare piece of shipping material; the fireplace is a reverse canvas; all of the accessories are Minimodernistas, MoMa, Silver Acorn, Zuri, Wright Guide Miniatures, Re-Ment, Plan Toys, Anthropologie, and common hobby store finds.