One thing that my very first styling boss impressed upon me was the need to wrap up the day with a tidy desk and working space. (It was part of this post a couple weeks ago, too.) No matter how crazy the day or how many clothes were strewn about in the closet at noon, come closing time everything was in it's right place. She said it was the only way to start a new day fresh and she was right. When we were touring Margaret's West Austin abode, we couldn't get over this organized office nook that she created in her kitchen. It feels like the epicenter of family life, housing everything from cookbooks and important papers to stamps and stationary. It's also the perfect tucked away corner from which she can correspond with clients and, now in 2020, work from home. Keep reading as she shares her tips for carving out your own work space, even when you don't have a home office, and how to keep it all organized, of course.
Photography by Katie Jameson