Change is a good thing!
Here at Envious Events we have been ‘hard at work’ creating a new space for our creative juices to fly.
We recently re-branded our logo to a beautiful rose gold color that shimmers in the light. However our office was severely lacking in the ‘beautiful’ aspect. Therefore in the last few weeks we have been sanding, painting, cleaning and decorating our work space.
Several trips to town with a few failed attempts at picking the perfect color we finally decided on the colors Bella and Dutch White with accents of Rose Gold. Finally the painting began and with the music cranked up, the office started to transform into a new atmosphere. After a few paint splatters, one too many close calls and not quite enough drinks – the gross, ugly brownish color was GONE for GOOD!
The next step began… deciding which rose gold items to get for the new office space.
Candisse has an obsession with everything rose gold therefore every time she spots something rose gold it’s a must have! Thankfully rose gold is slightly hard to come by which helps so we don’t go bankrupt every time we leave the house. However the office now has several gorgeous rose gold accessories including picture frames, wall art and file holders.
One of the new trends for office, home décor is ‘succulent plants’ known for their easy upkeep and creative uses.
We decided to use glass bowls for planters and we topped them off with pink rocks and gold sand. The office now has three terrariums and two other planters which add the much needed greenery. If you have never seen or made a terrarium we highly suggest it. They are super easy to make and can be customized for any theme/use.
Here is a great link if you want to learn more about how to make your own terrarium!
We have not yet finished the office however things are coming together nicely. It is already so refreshing to have a new, fresh, beautiful space to work in. Envious Events is ready for the start of something new, good things 2018 is just around the corner
“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things”
– Steve Jobs