A knitwear designer's colourful studio space

I popped round to visit my friend Caroline, who is a knitwear designer, recently and couldn't resist taking these pictures of her studio space. It's always a treasure trove of colour inspiration with hundreds of spools of yarns arranged in perfect colour graduated order along one entire wall. Vogue tearsheets, moodboards and trend inspirations for whatever she's currently working on occupy the remaining wall space - stripes are Caroline's signature look but I loved the colourful fair isle designs she was working on when I popped round.

Do you have an interesting creative space? If so I'd love to see it.

Here are a few links I loved this week:

The classics circa 2050: which of today's designs will stand the test of time?

Autumn wardrobe temptation in the form of £50 off at with code NEWSEASONTREAT UK (when you spend £200).

Ceramic driftwood by Linda Fahey.

Campbell's soup creates limited edition Andy Warhol tins to mark the 50th anniversary of the artist's work.

Images: Design Hunter

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Reader Comments (1)

love the photos, glad you didn't put one of me on looking unkempt!! x thank you

October 3, 2012 | Unregistered Commentercaroline

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