Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Now Showing On (above) the Big Screens
How long ago did I embark on some changes in this studio space? Truth is they have been happening. Slowly. Each wall finally has its own color now and the dead non-reflective pukey-bone-grey-taupe is gone. Good riddance. Here's what I see now when I glance just above my monitors.
Oh its much cheerier. A little lineup of happiness I can change out as thoughts are brewing on new projects. It's just screw-eyes and dowels. No thinking involved, really. Also some happy pink wall baskets for some mail, stationery, magazines and such. They started out office-y metal, but soon succumbed to my spray painting ways. Anything that keeps piles of things off the tabletops is welcome.
Man, the sunlight bursting through the adjacent window makes every attempt to show the real wall color futile. Oh well. Maybe I'll try again when the light comes through a different window. As for the real color, it's sunny yellowish, straw-like and warm and pretty. There. Who needs pictures with such expert descriptions. Pshaa ;-)
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Hmm, I see the coffee cup is still by the monitors--but why not? It's color coordinated, after all.ReplyDelete
I won't recognize your place the next time I come. Love it all!
Oh I L O V E it! We are currently demolishing our bathroom and living room..Ah what fun! (really though..I love it!)ReplyDelete
I nominated you for the Rockin' Girl Blogger Award. Lovely blog.ReplyDelete
Ohhh, what a genius with color you are! Love the fun new dowels with fabrics draped off of them, begging for some fun to begin! Saying: "pick me, pick me"! The spray painted metal wall racks are great, too! Cute and conventional! Thats what we ladies like!ReplyDelete
How can inspiration not happen in that cheerful space?! I love it!ReplyDelete
It looks wonderful! It must be very inspiring to work in a sunny room like that! I hope I will be able to get rid of my greyish walls one day!ReplyDelete
How fun! It's neat to see how your space is shaping up. Great idea to use dowels and those screws that way!ReplyDelete
It is just gorgeous. I am doing my workroom at the moment and looking for ways to put fabric on the walls. I love the way you spaypainted the magagine holders too. You are so talented.ReplyDelete
great idea for viewing fabric combos together, at the same time keeping them neat and out of the way!ReplyDelete
Fun sewing folks places where they create....ReplyDelete
I know this isn't the point, but what fabric is that red and green zinnia fabric?? I love it! (And yours too...love that floral on the red background)ReplyDelete
that IS the point, admiring fabric :)ReplyDelete
Both found at purlsoho.com
....can't remember the name or make...
What fun things to look at as you work on the computer. I wish I had your resolve about those dolls -- right now mine is more interested in balls, but I know I won't be able to resist when the time comes for the doll.ReplyDelete
That is a GREAT idea for those magazine racks! I've seen those around and would NEVER have thought of that on my own. Super cute!!!!ReplyDelete
I love seeing everyone's studios too. My current studio is my dining table, but one day......one day......
I applaud your attempt to keep piles off your desk - love the wall baskets. The whole place looks great!ReplyDelete
(Greetings from Tasmania!)
Love the colors and patterns of the fabric, it'a like a garden...ReplyDelete
Brilliant! Love the use of the dowels and screws with the fabric....oooh the fabric! Love it! Super talented you are!ReplyDelete
oh it is delightful. I really like the idea of the dowels on the wall and the "mail holders" - especially that you made them more appealing by spray painting them pink. be-a-utiful!ReplyDelete
so now there's some sunshine in your room even if the weather is bad. looks good, and so stylish!ReplyDelete
i love the idea of fabric hanging on the wall. as my sewing room is under the roof it`s not possible for me, but the idea is great!
Love it! Just Adorably-Anna! So fun to see!ReplyDelete
such a beautiful space!ReplyDelete
your studio is absolutely lovely!! must be great to work in it!!ReplyDelete
Those are prob 2 of the happiest monitors around...look at thr pretty space they get to hang out in!! LOVE,LOVE the pink hanging baskets! Great use of color for your space...guess you are good at that sort of thing!! ;)ReplyDelete
such a cute display!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful wall, both the colour, the fabric hanging and those pink containers - those are what I need for all my paper that I'm trying to sort today! :-)ReplyDelete
LOVE the studio... but why do you use two monitors? Just curious! Thank you!ReplyDelete
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