Before your furniture comes back into the room, you can start prepping by freshening it up with a lick of paint. Fill any gaps in the skirting boards and architraves to give your walls a neater finish. With these smaller DIY projects you don’t need big caulking guns, Selleys No More Gaps Ezi Press gets the job done perfectly. Once you’re finished, simply wipe away any excess with a soft sponge.
When dried, all you need is a lick of paint and you can start decorating your new home office!
Here are three simple ways to turn your unwanted stuff into the perfect home office ensemble.
Metal filing cabinets are everywhere but no one really wants them on display. With a little bit of imagination, these common household eyesores can become a stylish storage solution for your home office. With the help of some MDF and timber moulding, this humble cabinet turns it into a piece worthy of display.
Have some old art at home that you no longer want to hang on your wall? Why not discard the print inside and turn the frame into a blackboard? Blackboards are a great addition to home offices. Perfect for adding to-do lists and quick reminders for busy families. With some MDF and a slick of chalkboard paint you can make a stylish version to hang above the office desk
When you want to incorporate an office space into an open area of your home the standard desk might not give you the look your after. A simple way to give your new space a unique feel is to take an op shop pine dressing table and turn it into a new desk. By simply unscrewing and removing the top drawers and mirror then sanding and painting the remainder, you end up with a one-off piece of furniture that adds some charm to your office.