Are you lacking motivation and inspiration for your creative ideas or goals?
Whether you are a Writer, a Painter, or want to explore your creative side, having a designated space to work is essential. Curating your personal creative space not only enhances creativity but also you’ll learn more about yourself. The physical, mental, and emotional benefits will inspire you to create your very own space right away.
Allow your creativity to flourish and watch your artistic side explode.
Here are lucrative steps for a creative working space.
Step 1: Don’t over think size and style of your space. Your space can be as simple as a small corner in the room that has all of your favorite things. It’s not necessary to have a gigantic office space- especially if you’re just starting our with curating your first dedicated space for creativity. It is perfectly okay to start small.
Step 2: Identify objects and colors that naturally appeal to you. For me I started off with falling in love with pineapples, the color yellow, and random artwork that I’d either painted or purchased. I’m a writer so cute journals and some of my favorite books are nicely stacked on my makeshift desk.
Step 3: Bring some LIFE to your area! Natural lighting, if possible is great for any creative that is in need of motivation and inspiration. If you can’t get that natural lighting just right, consider getting nice aesthetic lamp. For my personal space I chose natural lighting and smell good candles. Good scents sets the mood for me. Another is adding a plant to your space. Having another source of life in the room such as a plant can be mentally stimulating.
Step 4: Put some love in your creative space!
Only you can love your space and feel the most comfortable. Think of it as a method of self care. Nurturing your creative thoughts alleviates anxiety and aids with managing depression (I am not a clinician, or Doctor). Be proud of the work you produce!
Step 5: Be open to evolving your creativity.
It’s important to be open minded with your creative skill and ability. Don’t just fixate yourself to one thing ie: writing. Explore various outlets so that you can learn more about, you.
Well, there you have it. Have you already created your space? How do you feel about it?
For those who haven’t, what is holding you back from cultivating that creative space?