Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Inspiration on the walls


I'm starting to grow a little tired of the large cork boards in my workspace. I can't decide whether the problem is the boards themselves or their content, but looking up at them as I type they just feel cluttered and haphazard, and not at all inspiring. I'm starting to think the solution might be just to abandon them altogether and try something new. Lately I've been loving alot of the rooms I've been seeing with images taped right onto the walls. There's something kind of casual and bohemian about this style, as if you were caught up in the middle of a brilliant idea - that seems perfect for a creative workspace. 
What do you all think of this placement? Fun and quirky or just random and cluttered?


























5 comments:

Caroline @ Lime Loves Mud said...

Love the middle picture and the muted tones make it look calm and cool. Caroline x

CT said...

I love the images pinned up straight to the wall - gorgeous. However these images have been edited/curated to look good for a photograph so I'm not sure if it's indicative of the real creative process (e.g. you may not pin up all black and white images . . . ). Collages and pin boards by their nature look messy. Maybe use your cork boards to give yourself a "frame" -- keep the outer two inches uncovered or something. Have a great rest of your week! Cheers - CT

Dorothy Durbin said...

The images need a space to own. Either paint the wall behind that area a darker color or frame the area with some moulding similar to a picture frame. I love the collage look. It is very inspiring. No cork!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

I love black and white photography. It's so chic and sophisticated. Great ideas!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

Dos x Dos said...

Me encantan!!

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