The description of Pastel Studio DIY Headquarters Design
IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL !!!! We started with a literal blank slate. White floors, white walls, the works! I wanted to bring in color obviously but do it in a way that was completely moveable and changeable. Above all else, I need this space to function for any and every project that comes my way and that means it needs to be versatile. Since the space had to function for SO MANY purposes, I divided it into three general areas: The “Office”, the seating area and the workshop area, which will double as my shooting space. I’ll share a bit about each area and the sources for everything I can think of that you see here, too! Hope you love it as much as I do! First up, let’s get down to business (Studio DIY style) with the office! This space needed to function as a work area, a craft prep area and a tabletop shoot area. I brought in two collapsible craft tables from Martha Stewart for the work space, which had the perfect storage cubbies for all my background papers! And my most prized possession, a hand painted desk facade from Dear Hancock, finally found a home! Now, we all know that giant inflatable donuts foster creativity, so we needed to have one hanging above too. Truth be told, when I’m working.. I’m a couch girl. So this pink couch (custom made by the awesome folks at Stem Goods!)… we’re fast friends. The fact that I own a pink couch is far too exciting for my brain. This is the first thing you see when you open the studio door, and it rocks my world EVERY. TIME. This area is the one that sees the most action. With two large tables and twenty (!) donut stools (DIY coming next week!), it’s ready at a moment’s notice for workshops. Which, for those of you in the LA area, will be kicking up again this fall!! However this space also acts as my main photography studio. The tables can easily be pushed away and the stools stack for when larger shoots take over (like this one, and this one!). This side of the joint also houses my beloved Smeg (Is it weird to fall in love with a fridge?) and a gallery wall filled with my favorite artists and vast card collection. YES! I use cards as art all the time. Affordable and a manageable size for filling in amongst larger gallery pieces. Fun fact: The tassels hanging above are from our proposal! Love having something so special be a part of the space! Because so many of my supplies are pretty and colorful, I wanted mostly open shelving to show them off. (Ok, truth be told, if it’s on display… it’ll force me to keep it looking nice. And this disorganized gal needs that kind of pressure!) To keep the walls free, I utilized under-window storage from IKEA and built my own colorful shelves based on a hack I saw! It wasn’t my most successful hack as those colorful shelves are a little wobbly (non-breakables only!) but they look darn AWESOME right!? I have one piece that is closed door storage, and that’s this wonderful masterpiece you see below! Those paper drawers, guys, I literally fantasized about them for so many years. I can’t believe they are mine now. And the doors hide all the not-as-pretty supplies too! Just a few closeups of the fun things lining all those shelves! It wouldn’t be appropriate for anyone to leave the studio without a little sugar fix, so I set up this cutie little station at the door. Candy, marshmallows, sprinkles! You never know what kind of sugar I’ll be forcing on you upon exiting. Come prepared!. Want to know more ? Download this application now and get what you want here. worth to try and you will like it. simply share through any social media platforms. thank you for downloading. please enjoy and give us any feedback.