Tineke Triggs designed a room for a young pre-teen artist. Using paint as her inspiration, Triggs splattered the ceiling with color, chose a rug that looks like a watercolor painting and designed a desk to look like dripping paint. Clever storage tip: Triggs affixed mason jars to a piece of wood and hung it over the desk.
Via vtwonen We all know the great amount of hours we have spent studying in our life and how important is having a place to get the required concentration. This is what we are trying to offer to our little one ones, their own charming study place. A space where they can feel comfortable and have […]
The over-all look of this space is too modern for me (chairs, light fixture etc.) but something about it is very appealing and I keep coming back to it. I like the neutral color pallet, the wainscoting and the floating shelves. I like the neutral, braided rug. I like the plant, the little task lamp, and the sense that this is a multipurpose, family space.