Apartment Therapy viaA 3,700 sq foot loft in Hell’s Kitchen is turned into a wondrous space with DIY ingenuity and thirft finds. The main room, shown here, is part gallery, part work space. Love the paint speckles on the scored concrete floor, it reminds us that magical creativity is afoot.
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An artist with three children inhabits this modern space in Mexico City. The work of architect Garduño Arquitectos, the concrete structure houses an artist space with minimal furnishings but uber class.
Be Street viaWorn brick and the most wonderful sunlight streaming in from multiple windows casts a warm glow on this studio. What would you create in this dreamy artist space? A blank canvas awaits…
When not pouring her dreams into her art, the resident artist of this studio dreams away the night in a bed fit for a princess. Yards of draped and gathered fabric make the bed appear as if it is floating. An inspired bedroom design.
Loft Life viaSoaring ceilings, sloping walls and an enormous eyebrow window give this loft loads of personality. The seemingly endless creative space makes us green with envy.
Loft Life viaOnce a stable, this Brussels studio is now the live-in work space of photographer Ocvirk Kus Danica. What an amazing space, especially the swing in the dining area.
Wish Studio viaSara Lechner’s studio inspires from its beamed and vaulted ceiling to the rough hewn floor. Several work tables just beg to host creative endeavors, while slipcovered sofas beckon one to stop for tea. Inspire your own decorating ideas?
Jetson Green viaImagine creating works of art in an ivy-covered garden studio! Surely the interior is just as charming.
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