Saturday, August 10, 2013

Studio Inspiration

I feel like I have been seeing a lot of bloggers share their studio spaces lately and it has really got me itching to organize my jewelry desk and surrounding area. I shared my own space back in June after I finally finished organizing all my books. I'm happy with most of the room but my beading supplies are a mess. I really need to organize it better so that I don't end up with such a disaster zone.

So today I am sharing studio spaces that inspire me to get my butt in gear.

This is a part of Laura's studio. I am in love with her entire space. It is so homey and well organized, and filled to the brim with inspiring materials and other objects. Laura has always been an inspiration to me -from her blog to her shops, I have always admired her and her aesthetic. (Make sure to click that link to see the rest of her studio.)


The rest of these images are from Pinterest and are linked.
reverie jewelry studio


in my Woodland Jewelries studio, jewelry trinkets arranged in to antique box.

Manda Rave

4 comments:

  1. Laura is a total inspiration, and her space is amazing, I agree! I really love the last pic you posted, too. <3 I know what I'd love for a studio space, and Jen and I talk about re-doing our bedroom (where we currently live) and painting the walls, moving the desk area over, etc. ^_^

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    1. Re-organizing/re-decorating is probably one of my favourite things to do haha. I am slowly collecting more things to fill up my studio and make it more homey

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  2. Amazing photoes! I just redid my studio, but now I'm wanting to redo it again!

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