In my previous article 'Ways to store your art supplies' I told you about the fact that we're moving to a bigger apartment with two bedrooms and that the second bedroom would become my new art studio. Ofcourse, I immediately started looking for inspiration on Pinterest. I'm so excited!
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If you are a hoarder like me, you probably don't have a clue where to put all your stuff. At the moment, my art studio is in my kitchen (yes, after 4 years it's starting to become unbearable). In a previous article on my blog, I wrote about my tiny art studio and how I store my art supplies. If you don't know what I'm talking about: you can find it here.
Well, I have some good news! My boyfriend and I found a much bigger apartment, just five minutes walking from here, with two bedrooms. And... we got it! So, we're moving on the first of october and you can probably guess what kind of function the second bedroom will have... yes, an art studio! So I started looking on Pinterest for inspiration, and found some very cool ways to store my art supplies.
I am an aspiring visual artist, (screen)writer and filmmaker. On my blog I write about the process of improving my skills, about grabbing every chance I get to become more experienced and about learning from ups and downs. Besides that, I write about everything that inspires me, like film, photography, paintings and psychology.
P.S. I am not a native English speaker, so my English is far from excellent. Sorry for that.