• Workspace - GANT Lights Showroom
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    Workspace: GANT Lights

    Come and take a virtual tour inside the stunning GANT Lights studio in Berlin, Germany. This modern, minimalist studio is a showroom and open office in one, complete with a kitchen, bathroom, and storage. I love how neat and organized it looks, and that there’s plenty of natural light.  Those triangulated pendant lamps suspended across the white ceiling are the real eye-catchers to this industrial-inspired work space! Of course, that bicycle make the perfect wall accent. Stefan Gant is the founder and designer of this creative label that produce a collection of timeless, elegant lighting pieces made from concrete and gold. Early this year, we have featured GANT Lights in this interview. Photography by Joe Mania.…

  • Paladim Handmade workspace
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    Workspace: Paladim Handmade

    Paladim Handmade is Dimitar Palanski- founder and creative director, Svestolav Palanski- designer, and Davis Nikolov- designer. We have featured Paladim Handmade in our recent Shop Feature post, and this time, we take a peak inside their workshop in Bulgaria. Since the shop opened in 2012, they have shipped over 2000 items in 52 countries, and definitely are not stopping at the moment. This is where all their Kran lamps, wooden clocks, and upcycled home decor are made.   Thanks much for sharing your work space! Paladim Handmade | Facebook | Twitter | Etsy

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    Workspace: Decor Asylum

    Upon discovering her work on Etsy, I was instantly drawn to Dimitra’s charismatic owls. It was also my first encounter with the term “pyrography”, which I found means “the art of decorating wood with burn marks” (wiki). Needless to say, I explored her shop and found out so many more things to love. Apart from her owls, I found that her bears were just as charming as her whales and foxes. I absolutely adore her whimsical take of the woodlands! Browsing around her online shop is such a happy tour. I can imagine how happier it would be to actually walk inside a real store and be able to touch and see these…