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Mood matters: Your creative space should inspire you. While it is true you should minimize distractions during creative time, that doesn't necessarily mean you ought to work in a completely unadorned room, either. Tap into what fuels your creativity and bring more of that into your space
8. Mood matters: your creative space should inspire youWhile it is true you should minimise distractions during creative time, that doesn’t necessarily mean you ought to work in a completely unadorned room, either. Tap into what fuels your creativity and bring more of that into your space
board where you can collect your ideas, and books you love; even fun wallpaper or a vibrant wash of paint can enhance your mood and help juice your creative spirit.
“Wallpaper” — dansbermejo
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
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entire space reflect your creative passions. There is something to be said for having an entire studio devoted to your art (of course), but for most of us, finding creative space within the rest of our home is just how it goes. But that doesn't mean you must confine your creativity to one zone — in fact
entire space reflect your creative passionsThere is something to be said for having an entire studio devoted to your art (of course), but for most of us, finding creative space within the rest of our home is just how it goes. But that doesn’t mean you must confine your creativity to one zone — in fact,
fact, the more you can integrate mini creativity spots throughout your space, the more likely it is you'll be tempted to make something. Try displaying your guitar on a stand in the living room, keeping pretty fabrics or luscious yarns in open cubbies, and stashing a stack of fresh notebooks and nice pens
“Lr layout” — pchel
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Shed Turned Guest Space
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light filtering, restful, creative use of old window
Use of beach glass as privacy screen on existing window 4. Cover a windowpane in sea glass. Have a nice collection of beach glass? Take a cue from this creative homeowner and use glass adhesive to
Cover a windowpane in sea glass. Have a nice collection of beach glass? Take a cue from this creative homeowner and use glass adhesive to cover a window in it. Use a clear floral-setting
Cover a windowpane in sea glass. Have a nice collection of beach glass? Take a cue from this creative homeowner and use glass adhesive to cover a window in it. Use a clear floral-setting resin (find it in craft stores with the floral supplies) to fill in gaps between glass
“Garden” — pallyt
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I love the mix of everything creative in one
The signs of a creative mind at work are everywhere.
Right-brained creatives can't seem to stop their creativity. Their ideas seem to spill out of them on any given surface. One mood board is full? The little scraps of inspiration find their way onto other surfaces: tacked to the wall, pasted on the ceiling — wherever their owners can find the room
The signs of a creative mind at work are everywhere.
your office or study. TIP: Change up the configuration every other month so you stay inspired by the trend.SHARE WITH USHave you used typography creatively in your home? Or do you have a special message you’d love to display? We’d love to see them, so please post a high-resolution photo or message in
“Artwork” — jodykaiser
Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
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Carve out a creative corner Don’t let a lack of space stop you from making art a part of your life if it is important to you! A desk in your bedroom, a dining table that does double duty as a jewellery-making station or an easel on the balcony can all be viable solutions. Get creative and make room
room? Carve out a creative corner. Don't let a lack of space stop you from making art a part of your life if it important to you! A desk in your bedroom, a dining table that does double duty as a jewelry making station or an easel on the balcony can all be viable solutions. Get creative and make space where
room? Carve out a creative cornerDon’t let a lack of space stop you from making art a part of your life if it is important to you! A desk in your bedroom, a dining table that does double duty as a jewellery-making station or an easel on the balcony can all be viable solutions. Get creative and make room
“I like the brick wall. I like the light fixture. I like the use of vintage signs/books on the table” — aureliae
S Connors
Kids Art Studio
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It is so amazing and creative of a children place. love it.
materials to create with. Don't restrict your child to just crayons. Providing a wide array of creative materials without giving specific instructions on how to use them will boost your child's creativity. Create a craft corner or set aside a few cubbies in your kitchen for watercolors, markers, crayons
is a good reason that we keep our work spaces uncluttered. However, organized colorful clutter like this can actually really inspire the childlike creative side of you. That can be great for your work!
versatile tools for organization. This is a great surface for hanging small buckets, bins and hooks. You can even paint your peg board to add a dose of creative color to the room.
“making a messy area tidy& nice to look at” — zohegs
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
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It's great to have a special place to go for your inspired thoughts and creative impulses.
by avoiding easy access to the Internet and turning off all of your devices during dedicated creative work times — and let those you live with know how important this time is to you.
7. Feed your creativity. At the end of a long day, I'm more inclined to hole up on the couch with a glass of wine than
eliminate distractions, make it easy to access your materials and add a dose of humor to keep your mind fresh and the ideas coming.Guide: Nourish Your Creativity at Home
probably can find the time. Set yourself up for success by avoiding easy access to the Internet and turning off all of your devices during dedicated creative work times — and let those you live with know how important this time is to you.
“Size” — joalva
Wind and Willow Home
Eden Prairie Home
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Clever storage for kids to self manage. Blackboard wall for creativity
Do encourage creativityChildren love writing on walls, so instead of hanging expensive wallpaper, try covering one wall of the playroom with blackboard paint. It will hopefully encourage their creativity and keep wall scribbling to one area!
4. Do encourage creativityChildren love writing
writing on walls, so instead of hanging expensive wallpaper, try covering one wall of the playroom with chalkboard paint. It will encourage their creativity and, hopefully, keep wall scribbling to one area!
“Challboard” — mmwr
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