Fabric designer Melissa Averinos, whose studio graces the cover of the Spring issue of Studios, doesn't have a lot of room to work in. Her 10.5- by 23-foot space is not only narrow, it has two windows and three doorways. So, where to put a a design wall?
How about right on one of the doors?
Melissa simply tacked on sturdy string "clotheslines" to the bathroom door. There she clips on an ever-changing array of inspiration pieces, including vintage scarves, fabric swatches, her own painted doodles, found papers, colored fibers--anything that strikes her as interesting and stimulates her senses.
Her solution to the design wall problem is not only fast and budget friendly--it's instant decor as well.
Would you like to create a similar design door? I'll give the tools to one lucky commentor!
Just leave a comment stating your favorite studio design or organization trick from the Spring 2009 issue of Studios. I will draw one winner randomly on Monday, May 4, and that person will win this 45' line of hemp cord, chic black clothespins, and vial of shiny tacks, all from Canvas Home Basics.
Let the commenting begin!