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In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Colorblock Studio
Topic: In the studio

Sometimes you come across an idea that seems really neat even though it serves no earthly purpose. Such was the case when I surfed from one blog to another and came across this studio picture from www.madiganmade.com.


I guess it does serve the purpose of hiding all the junk stuff contained in the iris carts - and, besides that, it just looks cool.

I decided to spiff up my studio the same way and set to work selecting some colorways for my 'paint chips'. I have a LOT of iris carts in a variety of sizes and I also have some clear plastic bins that contain supplies.

Fortunately I had my bins marked with printed labels already so it was just a matter of measuring, cutting and installing. Each of the colored cardstock pieces is tacked to the inside front of the bin with doublestick tape.

Each drawer 'set' is in a separate colorway.


 

 

The stacked drawers on the far right are in sets of 4 drawers instead of only 3 so I had to expand the colorway by one step.

I did the two under-counter carts as well.

This cleans up the look of the studio so much. I really like it!

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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