Modern Workstation

Do you love a Quick Fix?

Me too!

Here I found a modern workstation, completely cast off. Lots of coffee rings and paint had seeped into the wood. In fact the entire work top was detached.

Here’s what it looked like.


Some of these before shots end up more “artsy” than expected. I guess that’s what happens when you forget to clean up your studio….

A coat of gray paint and fresh honey stain on the shelving made a big difference.

Modern work space

I removed a computer tray to allow for a sleek new look. Check out the gorgeous paper I chose by Smock for the work top. Their paper sheets are eco-friendly using post consumer waste and bamboo!¬†You can be sure you’ll see more wallpaper and graphic prints in the weeks to come. I’ve been on a paper binge, ever since two new commissions have called for me to revamp my stock of glorious papers.

Modern Worktop

Whether you clean up an existing piece or salvage a scrap from your neighborhood streets, I hope you’ve been inspired by this simple fix.

This is one of three projects I’d been working on in studio before my flying off to the Bluegrass State.

This week look forward to all kinds of inspirational snapshots from my trip to Kentucky along with one of a kind design finds fresh from the South.

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One Response to Modern Workstation

  1. Christina says:

    Fantastic! I’m in need of some inspiration for my future workstation and this helped!

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