Whether you’re a painter, a writer, a filmmaker, or any other type of creative, it’s no secret that some spaces tend to lend themselves more to creativity than others. That’s why, for ages, artists have had special studios and spaces apart from the hubbub of their typical world: to be able to create more freely. (And to keep precious art supplies and the smell of paint away from everyone else, too, we guess.)
A good studio can inspire us just as much as anything else. Here, we’re showcasing several spaces we’ve seen on a few artists’ Instagram accounts that give us serious inspiration to create to our hearts’ content.
@nogobed (Shanna Van Maurik)
The colors of this studio alone have us swooning. And never let it be said that a few paint splatters ever hurt anyone.
See more from Shanna here.
@septemberwildflowers (Ruth Speer)
Rain or shine, we’re in love with the combination of greenery, candles, and bookshelves in this studio. And that natural light…we can’t get enough
See more from Ruth here.
@nevahosking (Neva Hosking)
Small spaces don’t have to restrict creativity, and this studio sure doesn’t. We love the minimalism and potted plants!
See more from Neva here.
@ellysmallwood (Elly Smallwood)
Pets can help you past creative blocks, it’s a fact. Which is why we love that Elly Smallwood’s cat makes an appearance in shots of her studio.
See more from Elly here.
@hannahpmode (Hannah Perrine Mode)
This studio almost looks like a composition in itself…”Studio in Blue.”
See more from Hannah here.
@joycharde (Joy Ting Charde)
Here at Wunderkid, we’re a big fan of littles in the workspace. You never know what sort of imaginative new thoughts they’ll bring up, or how they’ll inspire you.
See more from Joy here.
@maijkah (Maja Dlugolecki)
Three words about this studio: that natural light.
See more from Maja here.