The Paint Chip Workspace

The Paint Chip Workspace
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Designers and colour lovers alike are sure to appreciate this workspace featuring clever DIY wall art. All you need to do to replicate it is “borrow” some paint chips from your local hardware store.

UI/UX designer Jim Basio attached them with velcro so he could rearrange the chips at will, for a constantly interesting cascade of colour. (Got some extra paint chips? Turn them into a dry erase calendar or, for you meticulous folks, pixelated artwork.)

My home workspace [Dribble]

Comments

  • Haha. How about that. We actually started doing this a while ago. Although our paint squares where solid colours. Added some colour to our rental home. We need to go back to get more though.

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