Today I am excited to share with you Fall mood boards by Anona Studio. Anona is a boutique print design studio started by my friend Sarah Leaman and Renée Shortell in 2011. They specialize in hand drawn or painted prints and also have an amazing collection of vintage pieces. For those of you who don't work in the fashion or home industry, most companies buy artwork for the patterns you see on the finished product. These mood boards definitely have me looking forward to Fall clothing. Which one is your favorite?
Concept 01: Preppy Pastel
Concept 02: Gypsy Folk Story
Concept 03: Quirky Fairytale
Concept 04: Oriental Mystery
When the Building Block Spring 13 preview lookbook showed up in my inbox I was pretty excited. I really love the simplicity of this line and those tassels! The camel leather next to the wood and mint tassel is a pretty perfect color combination.
(All images are from the Building Block Spring Lookbook)
(Top Left: Kay Sekimachi's work table by Leslie Williamson. Top Right: Tenka Gammelgaard Studio for Casa Vogue by Idha Lindhag via Nicole Franzen's Pinterest board. Bottom Left: photograph by me. Bottom Right: Studio photo by Russell Smith via Desire to Inspire and Nicole Franzen's Pinterest Board)
I've been working on cleaning and organizing our second bedroom to make it a productive working space. It's really great having a bit of extra space, and this has me imagining my 'dream studio.' I'd love to have a big work table, lots of shelves, walls covered in white pin board, and all of my supplies out and neatly organized. We don't really have quite enough space for all of this, especially since this is a shared office space for my husband as well, but that's ok....a girl can dream! Do you have a home office or studio? I'd love to know your tips for keeping it organized.