Category Archives: creative workspaces
In love with this creative workspace from the home of Darcy Miller, illustrator and editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings. It’s the chicest craft room I ever did see! It’s not only fully stocked with all the supplies you could ever need for any creative project, but it’s also beautifully organized. Everything has a home designated based on frequency of use, so things are accessible and easy to find. With the exception of the art supplies which bring a cheerful rainbow array of color to the space, most everything (the walls, floor, ceiling, furniture, and storage containers) is black, white, and gray. This creates a uniform look and keeps the room from feeling chaotic or overwhelming.
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Photography by Christopher Sturman
Came across this glam brass holder and colored pencils set and thought I’d share.
image credit: via rsh
Today participating in the How I Organize series, is the beautiful and talented Melissa Warner of the design firm Massucco Warner Miller. She gives us a peek inside her team’s beautifully organized LA studio:
When we moved into our new West Hollywood design studio, we wanted to restructure the way we organized our fabric library. Although we’d never compile an entire room from our fabric library, we do love to have our favorite fabrics and wallpapers at our fingertips, to use to add that final touch on a room scheme, or sometimes even inspire an entire room’s palette. The fabrics are organized by color and then type (geometric, floral, stripe, solid/linen/velvet/etc.) and with the clear doors it’s very user friendly and easy to find exactly what you’re looking for!
It’s Friday again! Can you believe it? The weeks are just swooshing on by! I’ll leave you with fantastic high/low home studio. Can you tell which one cost $14,651 (high) and which one cost $4,801 (low)?