I decided to change out one of the walls in my studio. I used to hang my finished artworks there but then I realized it makes me not want to sell them if I put them on display, because I get attached.
So I thought I'd change out the wall and make it an inspiration wall with a new bulletin board that I ordered.
Now I have to get some fancy tacks for it. Or maybe I can make some with those glass beads. Yeah right, I'll never get around to doing that.
I saw this desk at Target and now I am lusting it. It would be the perfect desk for my studio. But then maybe I would be afraid to get it all painty if I get such a nice table. I guess I could cover the top with plastic. I'll have to measure and see if it fits.
that is the best new table ever for artists. thanks for the tip... i need just one more! and this may be it!
bye for now
There are some pretty pushpins on this website:
suzanne, what's the stuff that's on the top of your desk?
Jen B -- I got the 40" x 60" message board. A splurge, but I know I'll use it forever. I wanted the biggest one but didn't want to spend that much.
jenny r - thanks for the links to the cute tacks! yay!
Love the desk and the bulletin board sounds fantastic!!
I've been getting better about it though and one step that has been helping me is not to display them in my home -- just stack them up in the studio, then it's not so hard when they are gone.
I just started clipping things to a bulletin board today, although it is nowhere as nice as yours!
And I love the board you chose from Ballard. Hope you'll share pics once you get your room situated!
wow! TWO tables! you must have a nice big room. I just measured and the table will just about fit. It would mean having to turn to the side to scooch around it to get to the other side. So now i have to decide what to do. darn it!
It is very functional for me. Plus I have extra space when I have one of my girlfriends over for a night of crafting.
Good luck with your decision!