De­sign a stu­dio for you

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Mega Makeover -

While this shed was con­verted to op­er­ate as a swap shop for the home­owner, the bright and airy space is just as ap­peal­ing as a creative stu­dio or work room at your place. With white walls and ceil­ing, and new wood-look floor­ing as your can­vas, it’s over to you to add dec­o­ra­tive flair.

Stacks on! Cre­ate an at­trac­tive back­ground to your stu­dio with re­claimed tim­ber. Just stack the lengths and at­tach them to wall studs.

If fash­ion is your game, you’ll need hang­ing space to dis­play your goods. So make a trip to sal­vage yards to see what you can repur­pose as in­ter­est­ing racks and rails.

Whether it’s your vi­sion board or in­spi­ra­tion for arty pur­suits, dis­play­ing a se­ries of im­ages that get your creative juices flow­ing is a ter­rific thing. Here, pages from mag­a­zines are sim­ply pegged on a line.

With­out a doubt, every amaz­ing creative space needs a work­bench. To mimic this idea, track down an old work­shop table, then dec­o­rate the cen­tre chan­nel with a mo­saic of bits and bobs, but­tons and tiles.

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