My studio has lots of closets but few walls for art display. Time to address this!
Out with the contrasting trim. Walls and trim needed to blend for a more neutral backdrop.
Looking forward to even more creative energy in this room!
The whole room is grey, except for the sunny stairwell. Now trim and closet doors fade into the background. Kept the checkerboard flooring and the hooked rug looks better than ever.
Here is the far end of the room with the old loveseat re-covered (same square windows as above). Lovely spot for a spot of tea by the spotted carpet! Guess before entertaining clients I may need a grown-up sized chair!
The little green chair is from nursery school. Somehow it seems fitting.
Not so coincidentally, the painting I'm working on at the moment is a quiet interior space. Lately, I've been interested in light coming through windows, imagining the private world in that space. Inner sanctum, private spaces, that sort of thing. It's good to appreciate your own creative space.
(Thanks Ken, couldn't have done it without you!)