Everyone needs a change! And sometimes your working space just seems so boring, so in need of a revolution! Well, i didn’t need a revolution because i mooved to a new appartment so i had the perfect excuse for a new working space from scratch!
I had an idea of what i wanted, and i knew who could do it for me! So i gathered some pinterest photo inspirations, choose the one i liked the most, took some mesures of the place i wanted to put my secretary and called a friend that is very good turning imagination into reality! Guigz! Thank you so much! I absolutely love it!
I was anxious to see it finished! It arrived a few days before Christmas so, it was the perfect gift! New secretary, you need to work on it. Make it your own. So i decorated it with the itens that are important and that i love! They were just waiting for this shells!
One of the first works that Ema brought from school at mothers day and her little hand!
Ema’s works and our Andorinha, that i got from Marta and Leandro’s wedding last September!
Our white bird near the I Love You lights that i am in love with – well, i’m in love with all lights that you can use to decotare!
My wonderful notebook. Gift from my grooms Vera + Tiago after their honeymoon! It came with peanut butter M&M’s!!! Those could not stick around for the photo…
My favorite home sent 🙂 Castelbel. Always.
A souveniers from one of our first weekends together. I love Santiago de Compostela and the magic that comes with this name and this city. The cathedral. Everything there feels like… Hope and courage.
My favorite character. One of my favorite stories. Forever. Little Prince. This was a gift from Paulo. I saw it in a Fnac window, at Sta Catarina and just love it. It’s made of used cans. And the author made some creative stuff! I don’t remeber his name right now, but i’ll check it out to tell you because its really worth it! I have my own B612 planet!
Necessary! Wedding magazines from different countries. Inspiration for brides and me!
Christmas crib, a gift from Ana and her family, from João Pedro’s Baptism. A handicraft piece from Peru that completes out the office shelfs! And the final touch: a little bit more of us!
Photo by João de Medeiros