Design a studio for you
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.