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Styling the Studio Workspace

Styling the Studio Workspace

Styling the Studio Workspace - Agata Dimmich

Happy Friday Friends! Are you ready for the weekend?

I’m currently finishing up last, few things and organizing the workspace before I sign off to enjoy our anniversary. Happy moments ahead – watching theater, drinking bubbles and dancing the night away. But before „the world is going to shine like I’ve had too much wine” I want to share with you the new studio look.

It’s not a secret that things get switched up around here a lot, depending on the new projects, photoshoots, when I find lonely chair at the flea market looking for a new home, or just because the studio needs reorganization. I’m sure you can understand if you are a blogger or a stylist or…a woman –  or all of the above, anyone? It is a dangerous combination for our homes, and those living with us. Imagine coming back from work, thinking you accidentally walked into your neighbour’s living room because…well, it looks totally different. Insane. That’s our life in a big short-cut, but hey we are celebrating 7th anniversary this weekend so I guess it’s something men get used to. (Pssst: the secret is – just do it! And do it often, so it becomes a part of your everyday life)

Coming back to my workspace – you might have seen the previous look in our ‚Best of Interior – Bloggers Trends’ book, or a sneak peek on the blog here…but I followed my own advice and changed it already a few times since then. This is how it looks now. I have to be honest with you – I haven’t created the messy desk look on purpose (like I would usually do!), it’s actually the current look, as I’m working on moodboard for a new project. My messy real life. However, I love the magazine cut-outs kind of mess – there is something very inspiring about it, don’t you think?

Styling the Studio Workspace - Agata Dimmich

Styling the Studio Workspace - Agata Dimmich

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Styling the Studio Workspace - Agata Dimmich

Do you often change things up at your home? Would you get this look for your work corner?

Happy weekend guys!

Styling, photos: Agata Dimmich

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2 comments

Eleni | My Paradissi

Loved that easy going and passionately lived feeling of your space Agata 🙂

    Aga

    Thank you dear Eleni! So happy to hear that! passion is never missing here, that’s for sure 😉

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