This Artist is an Inspiration

You've never seen pictures of my son's room,
and there's a reason for that :)

We've ended up with an entire matching ikea set - remember the robin series?

We bought him the bookshelves at our last house,
then my brother offered us his son's desk (same series)
then D's sis offered us her son's bed and nightstand.


Although it's functional,
the sizing is becoming a little small for him,
and it's a bit matchy-matchy for me.

A plan is slowly forming,
and yesterday I was cruising around looking for pics of reclaimed wood accent walls,
and found the most inspiring, amazing blog.

It's called Brooklyn to West,
written by Ariele, a builder/sculpter/furniture maker living in Brooklyn.

Sounds interesting already, right?

Ariele drove acroos the country with her business partner and friend
collecting wood and antique chairs,
where she spent five months designing and building
a restaurant from reclaimed and salvaged materials.

She is truly passionate about her work, 
and her phenomenal photography perfectly captures the beauty of her designs.

If you ever wanted to read about an artist living their dream,
go over.

Some of the magic...

Thank you, Ariele,
for re-igniting the artist in me.


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Mel said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

The workshop wall is stunning.

Wendi @ Classic Chic Home said...

Hi Anne-Marie,
I've nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! See my post for the details.
~ Wendi ~

MondoMOM said...

Nice pictures!

Holly said...

wow this is really inspiring! especially since wood is speaking to me so loudly these days. Great find, thanks for sharing :)

Rosa @ FlutterFlutter said...

Thank you for featuring these pics, and her blog!! Absolutely gorgeous!!

ariele @ brooklyn to west said...

Thank you so much for doing such a wonderful post of my work! It looks wonderful. I'm happy to now know about your awesome blog too!

lululoves said...

This is spectacular. The talent just blows me away.

Carpets said...

The post is dewscrbing artist that is inspiration. Good post

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