This is my latest post via The Marion House Book blog. Oh September. Do you feel it? Every September, I usually feel tempted to go shopping, I can smell it, the sent of new stuff. Every time this year, I feel I need for a new wardrobe. This year I’d like to propose a challenge, why don’t we rediscover our own wardrobe? Clean it, refine, give a whole bunch of things we don’t wear, and rediscover some lost favorites. Are you in? Here are a few inspiring wardrobes that might get you going. Have fun!
Let’s start the week with a dash of bright blue, some neon pink and an overall positive vibe! These illustrations our inspiring are right now.
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We are currently on the hunt for the perfect space for the Baba Souk creative studio! The future is so exciting, isn’t it? Montreal friends, if you happen to have some ideas for our rental space or location, please drop us a line over here: Info@babasouk.ca
For now, here are a few spaces that are making us dream!
Spotted our ice cream tote which looks pretty awesome in her decor!
Oh! I just adore this little house display from the New Zealand concept store Father Rabbit. We need one of these in the studio for our little munchkin products!
Of course, the designlovefest studio is just perfect. All white, tall ceilings, tons of lights. Could not ask for a more inspiring space.
This is the perfect space to host creative events. We’ll be hosting some cool creative gatherings; you might want to keep in touch!
I love the industrial ceilings, the space feels like an art gallery. (It is actually a NY art gallery called Gallery 16. Check it out via spotted sf)
Our studio will also double as office space. The studio of the awesome Australian duo home-work is super rad. I could work there!
The house of French designer Anne Millet is just wow. This plywood nook is just the coolest looking corner. Anne Millet via SF Girl By Bay
Pssst! We have so much more inspiration for our space, check out this Pinterest board and dream with us!
I don’t know how you feel about September, but for me, it feels like everything’s possible again. I love to renew my inspirations and open my mind to new ideas. Here are a few pins that have caught my eye, see the entire post via the designlovefest blog. -Stephanie