I like my work space organized an neat. And it doesn't have to be boring, does it? As a young designer, I always want to be inspired while at work, so why not bring the inspiration in your work space?
How about lettered wallpaper for your home office? From housetohome.co.uk
Adding a ledge over your work space is a convenient way to store your books and files. Here is a nice green office from decorpad.
Boxes are convenient to store those small knick knacks. And it's also a good idea to use jars so you can easily see what's inside. I just like the fact that they used glass jars to store their fabric swatches in this photo.
I love that you can post your inspiration board on the wall using clothespin.
Here are some accessories I found in the internet to spruce up your workspace.
1. Cable Drop Cord Clips. The Container Store; 2. Punctuation Page Markers. The Container Store; 3. Paperclips. Kikkerland Design; 4. Kouji Iwasaki LED Wood Clock. Unica Home; 5. Jonathan Adler Pencil Set. Jonathan Adler; 6. Five Pocket Inspiration Folder. Madewell; 7. Talk Bubble Magnetic Board by Umbra. The Container Store; 8. Littleman Desk Lamp. Antrhopologie; 9. Pantone Storage Boxes. Pantone; 10. Graphic Pillows. Gus Modern; 11. Sawhorse Table. West Elm; 12. Eames Molded Plastic Dowel Leg Armchair. Design Within Reach