We allow no geniuses around our studio – Walt Disney

As I ever so slowly line my studio walls with hessian (it’s all about brown now, brown everything, I hope it still is by the time I finish) I couldn’t help but notice and love the cork wall in Yves St Laurent’s studio along with his tidy and inspiring glass topped trestle. Why does it take so much effort for work spaces to look this good in real life? I will persevere, an Autumn project to get everything into shape. I already have the dog with its head in the bin.
 

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4 Comments to “We allow no geniuses around our studio – Walt Disney”

  1. scott says:

    Dear Bridie, you dawg is much, much the cuter. The brown is nice, rather womb like. Perhaps that is where ysl dog is trying to return to!

  2. Martin says:

    This looks like a place of creativity and hard work, I hope you can replicate it.

  3. Lucy Cavendish says:

    Cork boards! Nobody ever went wrong with cork boards. Good Luck!

  4. Pino says:

    Take a look at Karl Largerfeld’s studios if you are looking for ideas, talk about ‘go big or go home’

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