Before we talk about practical ideas, let’s dream a little, shall we? Let’s look dewy-eyed at some amazing art studios, because I think dreaming about your ideal studio might inspire you to incorporate some of the elements in your art space.
Scroll through the huge cache of beautiful studio spaces that appear in your mind as an artist. (Wear a bib, you’ll need it. You’ll be drooling over these studios.)
Kelly Rae Roberts, a mixed media artist, shares her colorful, eclectic studio here.
My lovely friend, Sara Roizen’s light-filled finished attic studio is airy and full of promise.
Brit + Co offers some amazing ideas for a beautiful art spaces from various artists.
Hannah, illustrator and owner of the Rasin Heart blog, has a lovely, playful art desk.
Create an Art Studio in YOUR Home
We aren’t all able to create gorgeous studios like the ones in the list above, but I believe that if you truly want to make art and creativity a part of your life and your self-care practice, you can find a space for it. It’s about making your art a priority. Here’s some of the best ideas I’ve found for carving out an art space at home.
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