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4 Tips for the Perfect Home Art Studio

Whether you enjoy painting, drawing, sculpting, or crafting, having your own home art studio is the perfect way to maximize creativity and pursue your artistic passions. But to enjoy the benefits of a home art studio, you must know where to begin.

Benefits of Having Your Own Home Art Studio

Having your own home art studio is something that most people only dream of. But if you can make it happen, you should definitely take full advantage. Benefits include:

● All yours. Nobody can tell you what you can and canít do. There are no rules regarding how the space can be used or when you can come and go Ė itís totally yours.

● Inexpensive. Renting an art studio can be expensive. And even if you find a good deal, itís still another bill that must be paid. By designing your own home art studio, you pay your rent/mortgage and thatís it. This could potentially save you thousands of dollars every single year.

● Convenient. When you feel the creative bug hit you, the last thing you want to do is hop in your car and drive to the studio. If you have a home art studio, itís as simple as walking a few steps. Itís convenience at its finest.

4 Home Art Studio Tips

In order to maximize the perks of having your own home art studio, there are some factors youíll need to consider. Here are a few:

1. Choose the Right Room

It all starts with location. If youíre fortunate enough to have the ability to choose between multiple rooms within your home, then youíll want to be strategic about how you select your studioís location. And if you only have one option, there are plenty of ways to work around challenges.

Ideally, your studio should be somewhere private and set apart from the rest of the house. Youíll also want a place with plenty of lighting. Be especially mindful of the orientation of windows as it relates to the sunís path. If you do most of your work in the late afternoon and early evening hours, you may want a studio with west-facing windows in order to maximize natural light. The opposite is true if you prefer to work earlier in the day.

If you have a big backyard (and the budget for it), consider building your own standalone shed or structure. This gives you the convenience of having a home studio, while also creating some physical separation between the studio and the house.

2. Perfect the Lighting

As mentioned, lighting is important. And while thereís no replacement for natural light, thereís certainly a case to be made for incorporating the appropriate combination of artificial lighting to provide additional visibility. Lighting is a very technical element of art studio design. So hereís a fantastic resource you can use to learn more.

3. Choose Functional Furniture

While you want an art studio to look and feel good, thereís also a functional component to it. Make sure youíre choosing furniture that allows you to be productive and versatile.

Depending on the type of art you do, itís a good idea to have multiple work surfaces. A standing desk is a great option if you want the ability to effortlessly switch back and forth between sitting and standing when working on different projects. Visit the LinkedIn page to see some great options.

4. Stay Organized

Organization is extremely important. While the media likes to portray all creatives as messy individuals, the reality is that most artists function best when they know where their supplies and materials are located.

A good organization system will allow you to spend more time focused on creating (and less time shifting junk around so that you can make room to work). A few cabinets and drawers with labels will prove helpful. Create a system that works for you and stick with it!

Design the Studio of Your Dreams

A home art studio offers the best of all worlds. Itís a convenient and inexpensive space that can be 100 percent personalized to your needs and tastes. And by taking each of the tips above into account, you can ensure itís both enjoyable and inspiring. Good luck!

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