WILD HAND WORKSPACE
Panda Head Teepees lumber out of my house was life-changing), and sourcing furniture.
"Farmhouse Industrial" was our catchphrase when we were looking for larger and detail pieces - with our concrete floors and modern windows, we knew we wanted a mix of wood + metal. Our tables are barn doors found in Delaware (each around $30) with Ikea legs; the medicine cabinet and shelving unit are also Ikea, the latter of which we spraypainted a dark granite. Our tables and chairs were sourced all over (primarily in DC, at Miss Pixie's), and the antique farmhouse sink is great for storage, and was a hand-me-down piece my Mom was stoked to get out of her house.
Layering in details was the fun part (how amazing is Victoria's enormous American flag?), and organizing all our STUFF so the place still looked showroom ready was the challenge. With our two huge window walls the studio is ON DISPLAY, all the time, and "creative storage solutions" is MANTRA.
Located amongst 26 other artists' studios on the Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market (in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC), we're incredibly excited to use the Wild Hand to the max this coming year. Beyond the day-to-day, we'll be hosting more events, more workshops, movie nights, pop-ups, and decor installations – and Victoria will be turning our bathroom into a darkroom! I can't wait to share all our goings-on here, and stay tuned to WildHandWorkspace.com for more on what we're doing in the space.
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