For all you creatives out there, you will understand me when I say, ‘I need a creative space’. On many occasions a good, creative space is just as contributing to inspiration as the walk you went on last night or that podcast you just listened to that blew you away. Recently, I’ve been trying to get more writing done, both for blogging and other projects I’m working on. The issue is, however, I don’t really have a creative space in which I can sink into and zone in. Currently, my poor desk just about fits into the living area of our small apartment and serves, more often than not, as a shelf for things we just done have space for. In just under a year, I will be heading back to the UK to live for a little bit before (maybe) jetting off to Canada. And so, with the future looming ever closer, I can’t help but think about my future home, and as you may have guessed, one of the rooms I am the most excited about decorating is my office. With this in mind, I spent the better half of my evening scrolling through pinterest, looking for the most relaxing and functional workspaces I could find, and this was the result.