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  1. This looks like an awesome workspace, I much rather work around the family than be shut away in a room

  2. I am very envious! Loving your style, lady! This looks like the perfect space in which to be creative, drink tea and eat biscuits! I’m very impressed that you made this fab looking desk from scratch too! Your typewriter! I want it! What a fab gift from the lovely MummyBarrow!

  3. I’d love to have a blogging nook – yours looks practical but extremely pretty.

    I usually sit in a comfy chair in the corner of the living room with my laptop on my knee. Very unhealthy, but it means I’m in the room with the OH, and can watch the tv at the same time. If it was my main job I’d have to change that. But then our whole house needs decluttering, decorating and designing so there’d be a lot to do ahead of somewhere to sit and work for me.

  4. I’d love to have a blogging nook – yours looks practical but extremely pretty.

    I usually sit in a comfy chair in the corner of the living room with my laptop on my knee. Very unhealthy, but it means I’m in the room with the OH, and can watch the tv at the same time. If it was my main job I’d have to change that. But then our whole house needs decluttering, decorating and designing so there’d be a lot to do ahead of somewhere to sit and work for me.

  5. It’s a gorgeous workspace and looks practical as well as beautiful. I do have a defined blogging space at home – it overlooks the garden and isn’t anywhere near as tidy as yours!

  6. Oh I am drooling. Literally. I am DESPERATE to have a defined space. We have the space but have let it become full of boxes!!! This is the push I need. Thank you!!!!! You need discipline and boundaries when blogging becomes a job don’t you think? You need a set space that is permanent too. So that you give your blog job the recognition/respect it deserves just like you would any other working from home role. Right off to clear some boxes!! Plus umm divine set of magazines and I also need a post on how to change a typewriter ribbon please 😉 xxxxx

  7. Nice desk space. I used to have a dedicated space but sadly no longer do. Working off the dining table with no sense of leaving your own items out to be organised next time you sit down just isn’t the same.

  8. Oh, I do love your space. And I’ll be looking at some of those links too 🙂
    We’re hopefully moving house early in the summer and there’s a tiny spare room which will be the new office. I’m beyond excited about making a new blogging/creative space.
    S x

  9. Oh I love it! I love it! I love it! How calm and inviting is that space of yours? I have my own little bureau for my writing now and I love it. It’s fab to have your won working space. Yours is gorgeous. And what a great use of that bookcase. Swoons. X

  10. Oh I’m envious! I’d love my own little work space somewhere that I could leave without having to pack up and push away in a draw somewhere every day.
    I think having a defined area also makes it feel like ‘work’ to others too, otherwise you’re just tinkering, not really being ‘serious’ about what you do
    It’s my dream to convert some space upstairs, it all just takes time
    #Envious!
    Tracey @ Mummyshire x

  11. Such a beautiful space, Annie. It looks cosy yet organised and full of stuff you love. That old typewriter would look good on my desk (if I had one!).

  12. I am highly envious of your workspace. I would love an area of my own to blog/study/procrastinate on social media but sadly it just isn’t feasible in our flat. Maybe one day I will come up with a solution but until then I shall make do with the dining table (in the lounge!). That said, I’m not sure I’d get any work done in such a beautiful area! Xx

  13. I have fallen in love! From the typewriter to the shells, just wow – I have only stumbled upon your blog today and have been quite blown away, thank-you 🙂

  14. Hello! What a great space – I especially love the bookcase shelves – I think I need lots of these for me and for the kids.

    I work from home for my ‘day job’ as well as for blogging and Lark Skincare stuff – so I struggle quite a lot to define a space properly. This is especially true as in my wildest dreams I’d have a separate space for my projects as well as a desk area for my 9-5 job. But I can definitely do a better job than I currently do, and this is such a gorgeous colourful and creative space you’ve built, that’s it’s really inspired me to get my own sorted out. Especially as I have a bad back from sitting on bad chairs!

    Thank you SO much for including my little skin care balm in this collection of photos too, how lovely of you. x

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