Office reverts to the default

There are books dedicated to them. Web sites. Here's an entire magazine devoted to studios. (I could be wrong, but I think the atelier pictured above is Kaffe Fassett's.)

This category isn't surprising. Who doesn't want a room of one's own in which to dream, think and create. For some of us, though, the creative enterprise gets pretty messy.

This spring after we installed the PP (puny potty) and painted my office, I vowed to reform. I swore that I would no longer allow bags of yarn and knitting books and file folders and magazines and notebooks accumulate. I thought I could change.

I can only imagine that the artists whose work spaces are pictured therein engaged in a flurry of purging, cleaning and styling prior to their photo shoots. Or maybe I'm just projecting. 

Pingbacks and trackbacks (1)+

Comments are closed