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 creatives in person. Dimitra personally makes her creations from her home in Argos, Greece. And it is such a pleasure for me to be featuring her work space here on the blog. If you have been wondering what it’s like to visit Decor Asylum’s work space, here’ a peak:

Although I am from a country known for its sun, sea and long summers, I love the winter cold months and the woodlands. That is where I “travel” with my creations; in lush forests full of tall trees, moss carpets and beautiful animals.

I create in my home but that doesn’t mean that I confine myself just in the home office. A sketch book is constantly at hand’s reach in the living room and of course I always declare any surface – inside or outside the house- restricted if needed for my work in progress. Thankfully both my fiance and dog are very understanding!

Thank you for taking the time to get a glimpse of my work space and thank you, Rachel, for having me over at your beautiful blog. — Dimitra, Decor Asylum

Thanks much for sharing your work space, Dimitra!

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(16) Comments

  1. Όσες φορές κι αν τα βλέπω τα δημιουργήματα της Δήμητρας και τις διακοσμήσεις χώρων και πάλι δεν χορταίνω! Πολύ προσεγμένο και το blog σου Ραχήλ, με ενδιαφέροντα θέματα!

  2. Creating something can be therapeutic or a time to get away from our busy schedules. It’s great to have any excuse to do what we love. Dimitra is in love about her work. As for me.. I LOVE the surprise factor when giving a gift! Handmade gifts can bring tears, laughter, jaw-dropping expressions and so much more!

    1. Complete agree about giving something made by hand as a gift! Thanks for coming here, Iris!

  3. I am a big fan of Dimitra and her work! They are pieces of art in my opinion! Her items are amazing and always come in perfectly decorated wraping paper!

  4. So many beautiful handmade things that made with love by Dimitra! Love it!

  5. I respect Dimitra’s work and i love the feelings that i have watching her amazing products… She is unique!!!!!!!

  6. Dimitra is so talented with a fantastic style!!! I love all her creations and the way they are evolving through time!!! I also love reading her fabulous blog!!! She is amazing and so devoted to perfection!!! And her workspace proves it!!! Great post!!!

    1. Thanks for reading this post, Joanna!

  7. I love her creation, I love the person behind them. Dimitra is a really talented lady and a good friend! And I am really lucky to own a few of her creations…one of the kind actually!!!!

    1. Thanks, Zina! There are so many I love from her shop – her owls, whales, and foxes, and the houses! So many!!!

  8. I’m always interested in seeing people’s creative spaces, especially talented people like Dimitra! I’m also glad that I found your beautiful blog 🙂

    1. Thanks for coming here Ntina!

  9. Thank you so much Rachel for having me over your beautiful blog! And a big thanks to all the ladies for their kind words. Much appreciated 🙂

    1. It is my pleasure, Dimitra! Thank you, too!

  10. Dimitra is a very talented lady! I admire her beautiful creations and her adorable drawings! This is a great post Rache and I am glad I found your blog which is very interesting!

    1. Yes, isn’t she? I also admire her creations. Thank you for reading the interview and for your comment, Thalia!

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