I’ve been having a lot of fun lately but it’s time to really get back to work. There are a few new ventures that I’m prepping to launch this month (fingers crossed) and that means that I’ll be spending a lot of extra time sitting at my desk. If I had the chance to decorate anew I would choose modern blacks, natural textures, and pops of inspirational colors and patterns. All three combined would make for a casually sophisticated and artful place – perfect for getting things done. What’s your workspace style?
Happy friday guys! It’s been a busy week but I’m not complaining. I still haven’t done much with my office nook so when I saw this vintage + modern work setting I knew that I had found my inspiration. I already have the antique wood table (though would never think of painting it, Joe would kill me), a nice black chair has been on my list, and I do love black and white for artwork. That abstract painting is too awesome for words but the shop it’s from is currently down for a re-launch next month (such a tease). However, it did give me the idea to unpack the vintage photos I bought last year in London’s Camden Market. Do you remember the DIY wall decor I made with them? I think they’ll look great above my desk but I might try a new display method to keep things fresh. Do standby.
I hope you have great weekend finding inspiration all around ya!
This week’s three rad links…
This week was a busy one. Between having my last day at work, the Anamu moving sale, and running necessary errands (ie. a very last minute dentist appointment) I am ready to get on that airplane and watch back-to-back movies for ten solid hours. Operation Do. Absolutely. Nothing.
But since I’m not out of the woods yet I thought I’d kick the weekend off with something bright and energetic. This photo is of a Frank Stella piece at the Norton Simon’s new exhibit, Surface Truths: Abstract Paintings in the Sixties. When I walked into the room – and literally gasped in awe – I knew I had to know more. Stella, welcome to my google stalk list.
Here’s to moments that take your breath away. Have a joyous weekend everyone!