this little creative corner started with an unused computer desk that was almost tossed out 'cause we all have laptops now.
in a place where every bit of space counts i like how this desk now doubles as storage space. adding a skirt? to the front keeps bits & pieces out of sight. the sliding piece made for a keyboard is a good place for computer paper & other paper things and underneath i've stacked ikea storage boxes & piles of magazines.
i bought a piece of white cotton fabric & this stretch cord from spotlight (habidashery shop). measured and hemmed the fabric top & bottom, screwed the eyelets into the desk & threaded the fabric onto the cord. the hooks screw into the cord to attach to the eyelets.
some old found shutters came in handy again as a notice board.
i use these lovely vintage boxes to keep jewellery making supplies & gift tags.
a place to make jewellery, stamp cards, wrap & address packages to post.
my little creative corner by the sea
do you have a creative place of your own?
I love all your creative bits and bobs and styled so beautifully as well. I have started a crafting room but it is a bit of a mess at the moment. I'll have to get to it. LeahxReplyDelete
Love it. We all need somewhere to be creative don't we?ReplyDelete
i love the shutters! where did you get your little letter stamps?ReplyDelete
i love your little corner! Kate xReplyDelete
I LOVE it all!!!ReplyDelete
I have shutters the same as these and I'm loving this idea. It makes me want to redo my whole study ;o)
Tania @ Scandi Coast Home
I wish I had a creative space...maybe then I would actually craft :0) Your space is very cute. I love the shutters!ReplyDelete
Oh I just love this. So many fun things in one little spot. I use my dining room table as my workspace/creative spot, despite the fact I have also created a sewing room with a long table to work at. That place doesn't have a view though. I like to see out the front and back while I work, so the dining table it is. Makes the place look a mess though. That's the downside.ReplyDelete
my dining table is usually filled with things too. i know what you mean!ReplyDelete
A cute coastal creative corner. I do have one...but it is an entire room~ my seawashed studio. It is where I spend most of my day with my lil dog Bella Bleu and kitty Lily Monet by my side. Lily always sleeps in the white directors chair while Bella is curled up at my feet.ReplyDelete
one day i hope to have a room like your studio kerrie. for now my creative corner spills out into the rest of the room and all over the dining table. xReplyDelete
What a pretty vignette & what a clever transformation!ReplyDelete
love your styling and the lighting is magnificent!ReplyDelete
oh thanks michele! it's not easy to get good lighting in here, especially on a cloudy day.ReplyDelete
Such a sweet corner in which to create. Love your beachy stylingReplyDelete
It looks great! We have an office but hubby's computer is in there, so I'm usually at the laptop on the dining room table :) xo KReplyDelete
Lovely Cheryl, no nothing is private or sacred in my house at the moment...one day...:)xReplyDelete
It looks peaceful and casual and a fun place to be. And that's perfect for getting your best ideas!!ReplyDelete
Your creative space is beautiful. My space is not quite that organized. lolReplyDelete
I like what you created! Love the mix and what a great way to re-purpose an item! I love your special touches- it's really charming to look at and thought evoking!ReplyDelete
I love your aqua-blue blog; I come here often, as it's very soothing and calming with the beautiful images. I like your little corner by the sea; very clever use of things and gave me some good ideas. I have white folding shutters just like that which I've used in place of a headboard but my husband isn't too fond of it, so now I know what to use my discarded shutters for (recycling and repurposing is a good thing!).ReplyDelete
Lovely! Such a cute corner :)ReplyDelete
Greetings from sunny Qld♥
Looks like a VERY inspiring spot :) LaurelReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures! Love it :-) Im now following you. -NatalieReplyDelete
Great use of an almost discarded gem. There is still time to share this at Furniture Friday @ Decorating Insanity http://www.decoratinginsanity.com/2012/04/furniture-friday-13-and-features.html.ReplyDelete
Beautiful!! Wow, I´m so impressed and inspired right now!ReplyDelete
Inspiration trigger lovely corner! I love the beach theme. Those shutters came in handy!ReplyDelete
There is a link party going on in my blog today. I would LOVE for you to share this :)
I love your blog! New follower :)
I've just discovered your beautiful blog after seeing your creative corner post featured on French Country Cottage. I shall be having a good look around and following. Very inspirational!ReplyDelete