Function vs. Aesthetics

 I am usually guilty of being on the aesthetic side of this argument most of the time.
Be it pretty but painful shoes, or a striking chair that feels like you have a rod up your back when you sit on it for more than 5 minutes- 
I will champion for the visually pleasing always.

But sometimes I just have to wave the white flag too.
I have been trying to make my shaggy Beni rug work in my office for a week now.
The poor thing has been in every room of my house practically!
Its just really thick, sheds like a German Shepard and my office doors jam on it as do my chairs. 
So after the 10th time of getting tangled up in it, I had enough.

 This morning I ran down to the basement and dragged this tribal dhurrie into my office:
Despite the the fact that I was loving a pink and yellow office, I do like the pink/reds/rusts thing happening.  So much so, I even committed by painting  my lamps a burnt red too...
 Of, and for those of you asking about how the wrapping paper/ wallpaper was going...
its up...
Two words:
Spray adhesive.
worked like a charm, and allowed me to reposition
- just do it outside b/c it makes you high as a kite, therefore I forgot to take how to pictures- 
I sprayed the backside of the paper, not the wall, and just smoothed it on.
I will get back to you on how easy it is to take down or paint the walls under it when I get bored and change it in about 6 months. 


In the mean time here is my new color inspiration from my Pinterest to finish this bitch up:
Reds, pinks, oranges and burgundyness



See, not done:
 my desk area/wall is looking lonely and sad and quite unruly
(thinking major art wall and heavy organizing.)

off to work now
later







9 comments:

Nancy said...

I love the tribal rug and the red and pink look..I think you've nailed it in there. What a great closet re-do and desk area. Im so impressed!
Have a great day.
xo Nancy
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therelishedroost said...

Big fan of tribal rugs as well, I think they work well in almost all settings! I thin I am loving the shift to color these days too!
xo Karolyn

Kecia@CoutureZoo said...

Love the new look! With the newly painted lamps, it all ties together perfectly!

xx

Md Rajon said...

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Shoestring Pavilion said...

Love the direction you're taking with that lovely color combo! It's one of my favorites :)

LiveLikeYou said...

Ahahaha LOVE your subtitle to your new blog header! Looks awesome too. Hope you're not drowning in a million tasks and projects like me...taking a moment to come up to the surface!

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

I love that colour combo A LOT! That metal decor thingy you have behind your desk is taking me on a stroll down memory lane. My parents had the exact same thing in our house when I was growing up. And nice swap out on the rugs.

Stacy Curran said...

Oh I'm sooo guilty of putting form over function too! I love your new look though!
Stacy

Dewi Novita said...

I do wish there were more people like you around on the interwebs. Not many people are careful with their words, including myself sometimes. I have written things I would love to take back, goo work, keep it up

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