1,097 tuscan inspired room Home Office Design Photos

sarah & bendrix
previos work area
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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.
Keeping room quite monotone but neat and inspirational.
Leave your wall open for inspiration
art room- wood table top on top of white glossy cabinets
is full of 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
Do you have an inspiration board? Show us what you've put on your walls to motivate you, encourage you, or help you stay organized. Post a photo of your home office, workspace or studio below and tell us what you do there! More: 23 Inspiring Real-Life Kitchens
“Inspiration board/wall” — Rachel Gubser
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
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Interior Designer's Home Office
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Inspiration - things can be housed neatly rather than labeled as clutter.
think I need a room like this for me and my visual stuff
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
cork board. Good curtains for boys room.
you creative ideas? 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 may at first appear like clutter — huge backlogs
of magazine clippings, photos and fabric samples on Lanteri's inspiration board. "My studio is a bit of a mess, but that's honestly how I like it," she says. Next: Step inside more inspiring homes
“paper populated wall :D” — Anab Roa
Sweet William
my home
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Use what I have - create inspirational wall hangings from items I have in drawers, etc.
create your own art. inspire yourself.
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 to express their ideas.
Create your own art. Inspire yourself. Walls looking blank
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 the comments section below.
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blank and uninspiring? Take matters into your own hands and whip 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
“Personal area” — greeneyes1910
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Expressions at Stapleton
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If the inspiration board was made can you tell me the instructions?
Inspiration board. Every craft room needs inspiration to get your creative wheels turning. Create your own inspiration board with a favorite fabric and decorative ribbon. All of your photos can slip between the fabric and ribbon to stay in place without tape or tacks.
“Board like this” — hrhartman
Annette Tatum
Annette Tatum Home Office
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what are the dimensions of the room?
I am painting my workshop and love everything about this space! It's so inspiring!
This would make a combo guest room out of my seeing room
Things I need in my new craft room: inspiration wall and large table.
Also fun as a kids room
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inspirational wall and tiered organizer
Love this sewing room
shelves and inspirational wall
Room Dimensions...My craft room...Craft room...Sewing room...Inspiration board....Activity/craft room...desk area, room for...combo room...scrapbooking room...Julie's room
“craft room” — margirogers
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
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I like how creative this looks, it's small yet still enough room to be creative
look and feel of the room
Hobby room - detached from house?
art studio farther into their back garden. For now she works in this quaint and colorful room just off the garage. It is filled with her canvases and includes clippings for inspiration. "Whatever I see that inspires me, I'll paint," she says. She has been painting since she was a child; she's currently
“Art studio1” — Kristine Stoklosa-Bshara
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Big Round Pizza Box Office
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This home office was designed to be fun and inspiring. The room is filled with DIY projects including recycled white end tables, recycled art work and bulletin board using a frame from MOMA and grass cloth wallpaper. The wall pattern was based on a gigantic pizza box I cut into a circle. See how it
This could be in the guest room for when the guest room is not in use.
Most of them are contained on the wall, including a beautiful inspiration board that can be changed around daily.
If a bedroom workspace is a must, keep it beautiful and neat like this one. The white desk and cabinet, the lovely inspiration board and prints keep this area from feeling like an office
Inspired. Gallery walls do inspire. You can start one above a desk/work area and center it around a framed memo board. The memo board becomes a constantly changing mini-gallery
“Student study area” — Bayside Quality Builders
Saus Design
Sumatrastraat
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Great way to fill up a blank wall in my craft room
Show off examples of what inspires you to do your job
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
2. Allocate a Pinup Area Show off examples 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
an area on your wall and turn it 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 to create a bulletin board on a wall” — margielynnj
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