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The question is whether to leave the rafters open or not (there'd be lots of nails to hide...) Just the diagonal walls, not the vertical walls. And I'd make it look a little more finished. Hm.

This room + morning cup of coffee + chocolate croissant = heaven.

Is that an awesome window or what! Here, the rough walls are balanced out by the PVC floor. Very nice!

I really like the idea of having a well-lit, nice place to work, where it is ok to get messy. I think I would change this to make it tall enough to stand at, with taller chairs should you choose to sit- as well as some other small details :)

♥ It'd be great to find a collection of pieces from local shops, vintage or thrift stores to furnish my studio. Paperish Mess can also work to build custom work benches for your own studio if you are interested. If you're in Chicago looking for art supplies, definitely check out Artist & Craftsman Supply or Genesis Art Supply!

Something about this desk makes me happy. It's a little too cluttered, but I like the general setup.

“I believe that the delicacy and tenderness of some of the materials I use have similar qualities to human emotion, human condition. The objects can be physically fragile; they age, crack, break, fade.” Mari Anders' studio ALSO: Andrews’ studio.