Welcome to another week of studio tours! Today's tour comes from Tabitha Emma, and is just lovely! You may remember her guest post a couple weeks ago. Be sure not to miss Tabitha's beautiful blog and shop.
I work in my bedroom, as I live in a small house in Sydney. One day I hope to have a proper studio space. I hope these images may give you a glimpse into my little world. The room is painted white and has wooden floor boards, and has a little balcony out the back.
Bed and balcony
I am lucky enough to have a little balcony backing onto my room. Its a nice little spot in summer and you can just see the city. It makes the whole room brighter. On the left is my tailors dummy, which I used to use for fashion design. It now takes care of a few of my hats and accessories. The hat with the little blue bow is one my boyfriend brought me back from Thailand. On my bed is an Aunty Cookie Ampersand cushion, a cloud cushion I made myself and a cute screen printed soft owl.
You may notice I love collecting things. On my drawers I have a few pieces of my artwork, a vintage typewriter and telephone, a pair of granny glasses and wood dice from a scrabble word game.
This is where it all happens! I predominately work on my mac and use my pc (behind) to watch movies. And yes another vintage telephone, this one is my favorite a black Bakelite rotary phone.
As we are renting, I can't hang much from the walls, which I am rather sad about, but with some ingenuity I have hung a few things up. The top image is my Polaroids, taken on my one step Polaroid camera. And below is some bunting I made and a tram roll tea towel with all my local Sydney suburbs.
This is where I keep all my magazines, design and craft books as well various bits and pieces, artwork and my camera collection. Below my bookshelf is a little craft chest which my Grandad made for me.