If you want to spark creative ideas and dial up your productivity, it might be time to spruce up your surrounding environment. Your mood and artistic sensibility can be stifled or quashed completely when your workspace doesn't inspire you. One Australian interior design and styling firm took this concept to a whole new level with its newly renovated Sydney studio. Design duo Jessica Stewart and Christina Symes of We Are Triibe really pushed the envelope to create a truly unique space.
"We all work really hard, but always make sure that we enjoy ourselves as well," they told MyDomaine Australia. "Creating a space which was both functional and inspirational for us was really important, and we think we’ve achieved that well in this latest concept studio." We certainly agree.
Since their last space was fairly neutral with gray walls and timber furniture, the girls really wanted to "push the envelope" with their new concept studio. To do this they really played with a new color palette. The amazing hue is called Baroque from Resene, and according to the girls, it changes throughout the day from a dusty pink to a really earthy warm terra-cotta. "It’s a very welcoming and uplifting color to be surrounded by all day while we work," they said.
While the office certainly is very pretty, it also needs to function as a workspace. Being creative partners, they decided to make an entire wall one big cork board to pin all their visuals—after all, it is the one thing all female leaders do.
The color in the paintings by local artist Stephen Baker blends seamlessly with the dusty pink tone of the walls, lifting it slightly out of its monochromatic theme.
The natural light from the arch window elevates the space and prevents the hue from being too dark and oversaturated.
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