Workspace of the Week: Stunning studio

This week’s Workspace of the Week is Little Luck Tree’s breathtaking creative workspace:

Not only is this space well organized, but it’s inspirational. I can imagine creating truly beautiful things in this office. There is dedicated space for storage, designing, painting, and sewing — and all of it is done in a way to encourage items be returned when they’re finished. You can read a full description on Little Luck Tree’s website. Thank you for your beautiful submission to our Flickr group.

Want to have your own workspace featured in Workspace of the Week? Submit a picture to the Unclutterer flickr pool. Check it out because we have a nice little community brewing there. Also, don’t forget that workspaces aren’t just desks. If you’re a cook, it’s a kitchen; if you’re a carpenter, it’s your workbench.

8 Comments for “Workspace of the Week: Stunning studio”

  1. posted by Lori Paximadis on

    Beautiful!

  2. posted by Betsy on

    Oooh, I’m so glad you posted this one. Big question, that bookshelf in the back looks like the one either Crate & Barrel or Pottery Barn sells. If it is, can I get some feedback on the quality. I’m thinking it’s perfect for my son’s room, but worried it might be flimsy.

  3. posted by Dennis on

    I have the center piece of that shelf (the desk option). I purchased it at Crate and Barrel. It needed to be firmly affixed to the wall or else it will slide outward. It actually ripped out of my wall at one point. I’m happy with it, but for the price I felt it wasn’t quite as nice in quality as I had hoped. One other thing, I have seen the same shelf at other locations including target for less money.

  4. posted by MaryJo @ reSPACEd on

    I love all the natural light that streams into this workspace! I think it’s one of the key reasons this space works so well for the designer. Can you imagine this space looking and feeling as good if it was in a window-less basement with fluorescent lighting? I sure can’t.

    If anyone’s interested, I wrote a post about why some workspaces work well (eg. they have natural light, a stable room temp) while we tend to avoid others, even if they are stylishly furnished and all our own. http://respacedpdx.blogspot.co.....-that.html

  5. posted by John on

    The studio looks great. I can’t pinpoint what I like about it, but it has a style that reminds me of my childhood. Maybe its the color, lighting, and variety. Its looks creative rather than traditional. It looks like a place that is not stressful, and a place that I would want to be.

  6. posted by Helen on

    Oh beautiful. This is why minimalists love white – light and air. I think the modernist love of plain white was maybe an antidote to the dull, dark years of old homes with tiny windows and gas lighting in dull coal-hazed cities.

    This room is a delight.

  7. posted by Shannon on

    Hello everyone! Thank you so much to Unclutteter and to Erin for featuring my art room. Your lovely comments have warmed my heart!!

    Betsy, in response to your question, I saw the shelves at C&B, the bought them from Walmart for a quarter of the cost. They work great for the lighter items I have, but require a bit of balancing with heavier goods. They also do get quite thin near the top, so I can’t really put boxes up there–which is why you see mostly decorative storage near the top.

    All in all I love them, though. The mini desk is a helpful addition!

    http://littlelucktree.blogspot.com

  8. posted by Shalin on

    Nice space – Cute enough to pinch :)

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