I always LOVE to look at other artists studio's. It's fascinating to see how people work and the environments that inspire them. "On My Desk" is a great blog that features different creatives and their surroundings.
I'm a pretty lucky artist (blessed really), I actually have 2 studios. One, I call the "Lower Studio", is the working studio where I have my employees and we produce about half our line. The other I call "Upper Studio" (I NEED to come up with more creative names!), it's the place I spend most of my time... there and the kitchen table! All these shots are of the "upper studio".
I spent a little time a month or so ago trying to pretty up the place, I strung some twine and spray painted some clothes pins to make this bulletin board type of thing. I do all my computer work in this corner.
My husband made me this HUGE (about 4'x12') table a few years ago. It is the most valuable thing in here! I love it. I can have several projects going on at the same time without much cramping.
This is the corner that I do my smaller more precise art or where I flip through magazines or books looking for a starting place.
Here is my least favorite part of the studio, this is where all the samples pile up. I clean it out once a year for my studio sale which I do in Nov. and Dec. I've learned, whenever you need to clean, throw a party!
Another great link to see artists studios is Studio Friday's site. Enjoy, be inspired!!