HOME WORKSPACE DESIGN WITH COMMAND
I'm so pleased to have been asked to be a brand ambassador for Command again this year! I really do rate their products and use them at home and on all my projects. They're all stick on, take literally a few moments to apply and remove without leaving any marks so they are perfect for students, renters, or those who can't be bothered with tools (like me!)
Today I wanted to share an example of how I used a variety of their products to create this cool home workspace design!
Here's the look...
and here's how I did it!
Starting with a blank space, the first thing I did was use the Medium metal hook to hang a wire wall grid which I got from Urban Outfitters. This is great for a home workspace as you can use it a bit like a clipboard and attach notes, images, trinkets etc in scrapbook format. The metal hooks literally take just a few seconds to apply (but wait an hour before applying any weight to be sure adhesive has it’s full holding power). These held this wall grid very comfortably.
Another fab product that I used is these Spring Clips. They're great for holding up polaroids, little bits of paper and stuff like that and can help you create a useful hanging area for your home workspace.
This nifty little key rail is obviously great for hanging keys (duh!) but also any little things like scissors. This will definitely keep your space tidy and if you're anything like me and constantly losing keys this could be really helpful!
These display ledges are a new product from Command and one that I think is perfect for displaying little baby plants, or in my case here some essential makeup items!
These little babies are stick on hooks that will hold bags and jackets - amazing right?! All with no nails!
AND THE BEST BIT...
Is that if you put something up and then you want to move it it's super simple. All the products remove without any mess or marks left. All you have to do is stretch off the strip vertically.
Here's a little video I made of the process of creating this home workspace design and explaining the products that I used.
For more tips and inspo using Command products check out this page. They have some great Uni room decorating tips too!