A Bright, Happy and Inspiring Corner After Redeisgn



Who could have imagined that a room can turn into such an inspiring space to work in? The room in the picture is actually the first renovated room of an entire house, a studio that turned to be an amazing improvement, a place perfect for creative people but not only… It is the natural light that makes this place fantastic, then the wood, the green, the white walls and floor that give a nice and warm feel, but also the neon woodwork, the chevron rug, the wood batons contributing to a cozy inspiring atmosphere.

The whiteness in itself is so pleasant and comforting, the wood wall, the angled ceiling and even the way the wood stripes emphasize it, everything seems to exist in order to reveal the beauty of life in general and the way an artist sees things in particular. Who would think that a functional wall can be bright, happy and inspiring at the same time and such a small place could turn into something so complete?

The lathe and the touches of yellow, the electric green trim are aspects that definitely make you smile and feel so cozy that you do not want to leave anymore, just stay here and enjoy everything around, as all the colors and every little corner teach you to appreciate life and beauty!{found on design sponge}.


Published by in Interiors, on January 24th, 2012

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