Thinking Inside The Box.

Spreadluv

Sure, it’s easy enough to transform your “office” into a swanky, styled-out haven suited for a King (…or a CEO) but can it be done to a cubicle?

I’ve recently re-entered the professional workforce via Corporate America and have begun to settle into my comfortable cubicle situation. I’ve got my seat adjusted just the way I like it and have organized my stationary tools to be perfectly accessible to my left-handedness and now I think it’s time to get down to the knitty-gritty (décor).

Naturally I went searching for inspiration online and though I didn’t find exactly what I was seeking, I did happen upon some creative spaces suggesting that even though they’re literally boxing us in, we’ll never really be boxed in. You know. Metaphorically.

Style My Cube

Plants. Got to get myself a plant.

Arunace.

The grass is always greener in that workspace.

Office Designz.

Anglophile.

Style My Cube.

City screen saver and tiki theme? Better not let the fishes see that, my friend.

Office Design Blog

Every hour is cocktail hour in this bad boy.

Nielson Data.

Keepin’ it classy no matter the circumstance.

Izea

Um, hammock chair? Absolutely necessary, thank you.

In a State of Luxe

My favesies. Even though I’m pretty sure it’s not even a cubicle.

Home Workshop

Seriously maximizing this space’s potential. Seriously.

Design Office Interior

They say you’re a work-a-holic if you bring your work on your vacation…but what about when you bring your vacation to work?

Design Juices.

Organized chaos.

Design Juices

The literal interpretation.

Denver Post.

The rebel.

Apartment Therapy.

Good use of color without overstimulating the senses.

xx SP

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  1. #1 by Kelli on February 16, 2012 - 5:07 pm

    I am loving this post and got major inspiration. I might as well live in my cubicle and it needs some life.

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