I've divided the room in to two posts and will share half today and half tomorrow.
We'll start the tour clockwise as you enter the door.
I am a very visual person and know that color stimulates my creativity, so I spent some time adding pops of brights to bring life to the white walls.
I covered an old bulletin board with scrapbook paper that I had in my stash. (I took pictures as I went and will show you how simple it was soon.) Now it's too pretty to actually use to tack things up on but that's okay, it reminds me to always be a dreamer and that's a quality I never want to lose.
This large frame has followed me the last couple of house moves we've made. The glass broke out of it many years ago so now I use it as a place to hang inspiration. Every one should have a spot to gather things they love, don't you agree?
The tall shelving unit holds a lot of my little what nots including buttons, brushes and washi tape. The three tiered cart is from IKEA and it stores my mixed media papers and stamps. The large farm table takes up the majority of the room and is well worth the real estate investment. I scored it a few years ago at the thrift store for $20.00.
And lastly as we turn the corner on the half way mark of the room, I pushed a drop leaf table under the beautiful sun exposing window to hold all the essential tools I use on a regular basis. It's not pretty but it is functional and I'm okay with a little organized mess.
There really are no words for how I feel when I walk into this room, I just know that I think about going back in there as soon as I walk out and I can't imagine a better endorsement of a space.
I can't wait to come back tomorrow with the other half of the room.