A couple of years ago I shared with you 10 inspirational art studios and that has become one of my most popular posts. Today I’m sharing with you 10 more inspiring creative spaces. These range from art studios to sewing spaces.
Building your own work table can be a way of saving some money and making sure you have a sturdy surface. The casters on the legs make it easy to move around the studio.
If building your own work station isn’t your thing, then IKea is the perfect place to find modular tables and storage to create the exact space you need.
But, sometimes all you have to work with is a closet. My Paper Tales blog has the most efficient and tidy closet studio I’ve ever seen.
Utilizing wall space for maximum storage is what One Crafty Mom did with her creative space.
Having a flexible work table that can be made larger or smaller is such a benefit when you have large projects.
No artist can go without color in their studio. This green desk with organized drawers is perfect if you want supplies tucked away.
Having a room with a view is always inspiring. This studio not only has natural light streaming in, but it also has an incredible view to keep you inspired.
Being able to see all of your material, ribbons and threads is easy in this sewing room. The see through bins are perfect for holding quilting squares or thread.
Some artists are into a minimalist lifestyle and carry that through to their work spaces.
I think my favorite space has to be this She Shed converted to an artist studio. I love the french doors that let in light and fresh air.
And here is one bonus inspiration for you. I thought this ideas was so brilliant when I saw it that I had to share it. If you have a couple (or more) brushes that have seen better days, why not use them as cabinet handles?
I hope these suggestions have been … well inspiring to you to create a space that is efficient, organized, colorful and uniquely yours. If you want even more ideas, please follow my Pinterest board.
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