workspaces.

Saturday, 2 March 2013

i seem to always have my mind on my ideal workspace and i am even dreaming about it on a regular basis.  in one dream, danny devito was the landlord and he gave me a very good offer on a beautiful studio with two walls made entirely of glass.  of course, as it was dream land, he also had a studio full of old vintage treasures that he no longer wanted. 

then the alarm went off and it was dark and wet outside and i had to go to work.  so that was nice.

i have a real obsession with seeing where creative people work.  i guess i like to see what inspires them and what surrounds them while they're creating.  i find their spaces so inspiring just to look at, and it makes me want to create a space for myself that evokes that kind of feeling in others, and myself too of course.  so you may see more posts about workspaces and studios.

home designing.
lolalina.
sunday in bed.
design sponge.
my second hand life.
modern hepburn.
studio sweet studio.
ah, where are you my danny devito?

1 comment:

  1. I can spend all day looking at other people's work spaces, too. I especially love looking at other artist's studios and writer's desks. Right now I don't have my own studio space and it sucks. My sister and I share a small workspace, and we are both creative people who are very unorganized. Needless to say, it's messy and uncomfortable, sometimes even frustrating to work in. But I try my best to make do with what I've got at the moment.

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