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Where Women Create: Inspiring Work Spaces of Extraordinary Women Hardcover – October 1, 2005
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Many ideas will inspire a regular person to go ahead and try to either re-decorate their Art room , or to maybe transform an extra room in theri home into an Arts and Craft Room (that`s what I did).
As stated in my title..."Sigh, I love this book!" ....It is so much fun to see how other Artists have chosen to modify their workspaces. The large, bright, and colorful photos in this book will surely please all, and hopefully inspire (as they did me!)....
P.S.: If the ideas in this book are a bit too "feminine" or too "country" for you, then you may want to check out this other book called this: "Artists' Interiors: Creative Spaces, Inspired Living" (by Laurie Dickson).
Laurie Dickson's book shows homes with a more masculine flavor, and also Laurie's book shows Artists' homes with a more Contemporary look to them.
If you love vintage details (and even not) this book presents wonderful references for organizing and creating a workspace that is personal and inviting. Some of the artists studio spaces really push the idea of craft storage... Also the women featured in the book, who have used their art to make a business for themselves, can be empowering. Great photos, a good deocorating resource book for the price.