To paraphrase Virginia Woolf, everyone needs a room of one's own to foster creativity. Whether it's a room, corner, nook, or cranny, our Makers have some beautiful spaces where they dream, imagine, and of course create the beautiful goods on BRIKA. Here are 10 examples of where the magic happens:1.
"Most of my projects start in my sketchbook. It’s full of (mostly horrible) sketches and doodles, and from there I hone the designs to something somewhat cohesive." - Kathleen Turner, Scout & Lilly
Alice Saunders, Forestbound3.
"I feel most like myself when I'm making something, and that is a place I want to live out all of my days in." - Caitlin Parker, Bright July4.
"Handmade objects can be very meaningful in a world where so many things are designed to become obsolete." - Jacequeline Schmidt, Screech Owl Design5.
Jessica & William, Son of a Sailor6.
Erika Riggs, Rouge & Whimsy7.
"I usually start with a collage in my sketchbook. I find a theme I like and run with it." - Molly Covert, Rabbit Foot Fern8.
"""There’s a long list of tools I can't live without in this line of work. One quietly underrated tool is a nice sharp pencil." - Matt Voight, Milled Co.9.
"To be honest, most of my work is trial and error. A lot of my finest design moments have been accidents." - Meera Lee Patel
Becky Hui Chan, Honey & BloomLooking to create your own inspirational space? Find the perfect prints, paper, and decor here.