I’ve been pondering posting about this for a long time, and with my home office finally getting cleaned up over the weekend, I figured it might be a good time to show off my nerdy workspace. (I also sometimes refer to it as the nerdy girl-cave, heheh.) I will warn you now – my workspace is incredibly cluttered, and ridiculously pony-covered. Proceed with caution. 🙂
Here’s the view upon heading into my office. You can already tell it’s quite an eclectic nerd-splosion, from the Princess Peach backpack and change purse hanging on the doorknob to Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash hanging out on the pillows on the bed.
A closer look at the entryway to my room. I have my postcard collection hanging up there, as well as my ridiculously unkempt paper catch-all caddy. There are postcards and photographs from trips, and one postcard from the summer I was in Sweeney Todd, oh so long ago. The “Beth’s Cabin” sign comes from my lengthy stint as a camp counselor.
On the other side of the window is the guest bed – not that anybody sleeps on it often, as you can tell from the ridiculous amount of plush ponies, bunnies, Sailor Moon dolls, Vanellope, and a rogue Adipose. (The monochrome painting on the wall is one I did ages ago.)
This awkwardly angled shot is of where I keep my crafting supplies! (I have no idea why it turned out crooked, but ah well.) You can also see my lovely wallpaper border – yes, that is indeed authentic vintage 1989 Princess Peach wallpaper border. I’ve got the matching wallpaper too, but I’ve never opened it, heh.
And now, a couple of little tidbits I want to highlight!
This little top hat is one I decorated over the weekend, to go with an outfit I just might share in my next post. It was simple and quick to make, and I may put together a short tutorial on how I put it together.
And this is a Christmas present from my friend Morgan – he paints minis, and told me to pick out something I’d like him to paint. I asked him to paint this dragon, and so he did – and even made a nice base for it. You can’t quite tell in this shot, but the dragon is a greenish color with golden horns and burgundy wings, and a purple belly.
That’s what my nerdy workspace looks like! If anyone’s interested in sharing theirs, let me know in the comments – I may feature it in an upcoming post!