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sarah & bendrix
previos work area
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putting inspiring clippings on the wall.
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
things that inspire you and your business. An easy way to do this is with your own artwork and other collections. This wall functions like an inspiration board, where the artist can organically add things that speak to her.
12. Leave your walls open for inspiration. Keep wall space, even the back of the
“moodboard on the wall” — soulcarousel
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
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Interior Designer's Home Office
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"inspiration" board in my craft room
Designers and artists often keep inspiration boards filled with anything and everything that inspires them at the moment. Even if you don't have an inspiration board, there may be things in your home you turn to for inspiration that
I should start one of these inspiration boards.
inspiration board with ever-changing contents. a place to put those natural found things I never know where to put, but hate to throw away!
Inspiration - things can be housed neatly rather than labeled as clutter.
often keep inspiration boards filled with anything and everything that inspires them at the moment. Even if you don't have an inspiration board, there may be things in your home you turn to for inspiration that may at first appear like clutter — huge backlogs of magazines, an extensive book collection, a
“I want one wall cork board, one wall chalk board, and one wall dry erase surface.” — Brandon Main
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
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Town Line Road Sagaponack New York
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Inspiration for color pallette for Meredith
be inspired by landscape you love for colour inspirATION
Be inspired by a landscape u love.
Beach inspired paint palette of water, sand and sky
1. Be inspired by a landscape you love. Choosing your paint colors based on hues that occur together in nature takes some of the guesswork out of paint picking. The beach is the quintessential
Great advice. You can never go wrong with nature inspired colors.
1. Be inspired by a landscape you love. Choosing your paint colors based on hues that occur together in nature takes some of the guesswork out of paint picking. The beach is the quintessential example of taking the landscape to a color scheme — the hues of sand, water and sky work beautifully as paint
“New York” — voake
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Sweet William
my home
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create your own art. inspire yourself.
Creating your own art is very inspiring.
create inspirational wall hangings from items I have in drawers, etc.
scraps of inspiration find their way onto other surfaces: tacked to the wall, pasted on the ceiling — wherever their owners can find the room to express their ideas.
Create your own art. Inspire yourself. Walls looking blank and uninspiring? Take
up an inspiration board with clippings from magazines, pin postcards to the wall or decorate with your own photos or drawings. You don’t always need to spend money to make a difference in your home.Tell us: What do you do to make do and mend?
“Art” — rachelholley
Elias Kababie
Black & White Apartment
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algae-inspired sculpture hangs in front of a window wall like curtains here, adding interest and texture to this bright loft space.
Sculptural screening. An algae-inspired sculpture hangs in front of a window wall like curtains here, adding interest and
Sculptural screening. An algae-inspired sculpture hangs in front of a window wall like curtains here, adding interest and texture to this bright loft space.
curtains 3. Sculptural screening. An algae-inspired sculpture hangs in front of a window wall like curtains here, adding interest and texture to this bright
algae-inspired sculpture hangs in front of a window wall like curtains here, adding interest and texture to this bright loft space.
“may be too modren, but this is a cool idea for the bathtub window” — Tiffany Abrahms
Iris
workspace
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reminds me of my Ballard inspiration board...
nature-inspired prints and elements adorn the inspiration board in the study. "This is where I blog and do deco projects," Iris says. "I just love bringing the outdoors indoors, so in our entire house you will find birds and other animals, as well as many flowers and nature-inspired styling."
to the inspiration board until it was a complete picture from start to finish. I see pieces that fit together perfectly, like a puzzle, and a perfectly united color scheme.
“idea board” — hradloff
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
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Inspiration board - try at home
creating an inspiration board. Any cork or magnet board will work beautifully. You can also clip photos to art wire or a simple length of twine strung between two hooks.
Visually organize your ideas. If you have lots of magazine clippings, you might want to try creating an inspiration board. Any cork or magnet board will work beautifully. You can also clip photos
I love the idea of an inspiration board. It keeps it in front of you and not tucked away in a folder or notebook.
creating an inspiration board. Any cork or magnet board will work beautifully. You can also clip photos to art wire or a simple length of twine strung between two hooks.
“inspiration board” — esttw
Saus Design
Sumatrastraat
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Show off examples of what inspires you to do your job. Leave a
of what inspires you to do your job. Leave a blank section of wall that can be filled with ideas as they develop. The pinup area could be a framed space for visual thinking. By locating this in your office space, you’re categorizing the tasks as work related, as opposed to writing them down in a notebook
into a inspiration board. Tape up photos, tear sheets, fabric swatches and anything else that strikes your fancy. Just peel off the tape for easy cleanup when you finish the project.
You can even make your own inspiration board with some colored electrical or duct tape on your wall, like in this
Create an inspiration "board." This way, it can be as small or large as you want, in any color you like for about one-one thousandth of the cost of a bulletin board. Plus, taping off a rectangle won't damage your walls or require you to find a stud behind the drywall.
“보드 테이프” — mimo1002
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