I had a plan to make a series of Study Room Details, but as my dream of a spacy apartment is increasingly fading (due to the overheated and interest-doped housing market) I now re-vistit the study room with less grandiosity. There will only be study (working) in this room – sewing, hobby-ing and crafts are consigned, at best, to a bigger model closet. I will still have the Crying boy Tee and the “Drottningen von Savannenâ€-poster hanging, and some String Pocket Bookshelves, but as for the rest of the interiors I figure something like this:
The pic to the left I found via Creative Activity, it’s from a house boat. I like many things in this photo: The big brown table, the sofa – I will have a day bed in my study room, for overnight guests – the lamp: a Jielde lamp attached to the roof (great inspiration!), the black table lamp (a Kartell Bourgie lamp?) and not to mention the cuckoo clock (tho I would go for a more antique model). Pic to the upper right: how I’d love to have an antique typewriter on a bureau or shelf! And of course a gold-framed chalkboard. The lower right stool – this piece of design reaches to me bluntly. The Wood & Wool Stool is made from colourful scrapwood planks with a cover that’s square pattern-crocheted cotton or nylon. It has so much character! There, my study room detail-mix in a nutshell.