Disclaimer: This post is sponsored collaboration with IKEA, however all ideas, opinions and thoughts are my own.
Today I will be showing you an updated version of my studio, which I have been spending most of my time in. Almost all of my work came out from this tiny space. I wanted to keep a very clean look for my working area, mainly because when the work gets a little out of hand… My area gets a little out of hand too.
My main table I got it from IKEA. I wanted a big enough depth to put my Wacom pad and computer. I recently got the bamboo tablet stand, one of my best buy this week.
Recently got this VARDAGEN jar that can house all my MT tap and paper clips which cost only $6.90
I got this bigger jar (SINNERLIG) to be my makeshift table lamp. I didn’t want a light to be sticking out above my computer. So I got this and put some fair lights inside, feels a lot like Christmas everytime I turn it on. I love the look of this jar if space allows, I would love to get more of it.
With such a neat table, you would imagine I needed a big shelf to house all my stuff. I wanted to get a string shelf initially, but the drilling into to wall and cost made me look for alternatives. This is one of the sleekest one FJÄLKINGE I could find that fits my theme. I got the one with two drawers and bought a lot of boxes to put all my items in. As you can tell from the photos, everything is hidden in boxes to organize my mess.
These are the items that I’ve used on my shelf:
Got this trolley (RISATORP – Trolley, white) to put the new prints I have which can see on Actseed.co as its quite heavy to carry around, so I just push my trolley up and down when I’m doing the packing of the prints.
My cats love the studio would grab any opportunity they could to come in.
And this is what happens when I let them in…
And apparently licking my prints makes Olaf happy…
That’s all for my studio, hope it helps inspire you to create your own white studio.