Office space and wall art

Recently I moved from a small cubicle to a corner office with enough wall space for a mini-art gallery.  Since I’m prohibited from painting the walls anything other than the dullest off-white, I found a supplier of removable vinyl wall decals ( and proceeded to decorate.IMG_0011 IMG_0009 IMG_0015 IMG_0014You may note that cats are a big theme for me.  I didn’t stop with decals though.

IMG_0013We bought this poster when we were in New Orleans last year; it reminds us of our cat Luisa.  You can see the resemblance, can’t you?Luisa

And I like trees …

Tree in Office


  1. Gotta bring some color into your life somehow!


    • Yes, indeed! A funny by-product of this decorating is my office has become quite popular. People will come by solely to see my wall art … I should sell tickets.


  2. Lau

     /  May 7, 2013

    Beautiful! I especially love the tree! And yes, your beautiful cat is definitely on that poster (which by the way is really fun and original!!)


    • Thanks, Lau! The tree is the first set of decals I put up. Everyone loves it, including the guys in my office ;).


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