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Amish Cottage Collection can add natural feel to an art studio

by Tom Grimes

Many amateur artists choose to work in the peace and quiet of their own home, but can often face setbacks when confronted with the noisy reality of the household. A key to success may be creating an art studio that reflects the calm of nature, which can help separate the room from the stresses of home.

Designing an art studio can be a way to get creative juices flowing. Homeowners may want to use trinkets and accessories from flea markets and garage sales to decorate the space, in order to foster a quirky and artistic atmosphere.

Plants may have a positive effect on creativity by bringing the outdoor environment into the house and reinforcing the natural aspect of the studio. Foliage and flowers can also add a splash of color to any setting.

The Amish Cottage Collection offers a number of pieces that are also ideal for sponsoring this rustic theme. Hand-carved patterns of wildlife such as fish and deer decorate bureaus, chests and shelves, and the aged wood will create a distinctive appearance in the studio that can't be found in another room.

Like all pieces of Amish made furniture, items from the Cottage Collection are built to last and will prove to be handsome, inspirational additions to any artist's studio.



12/8/2016 6:57:39 PM