A beautiful relaxed art studio

I stumbled across the fantastic site Coffeeklatch which captures the work spaces and homes of creative people, via fab blog SF Girl By Bay and what a find! The latest interview features the Ghent loft studio of creative duo Jan and Delphine of IETS who work with visual art projects including productions, pop-up shops and interior design.

To me, this is a perfect example of a relaxed, creative space where everyone is welcome and which is also practical.The large open plan area is crammed with interesting vintage finds and different spaces to relax, work, get inspiration, eat and roam around on a tricycle. I wonder, f you worked here would you call it 'work?!'

What's your work /studio space like?

All pictures shared with kind permission from Coffeekatch.


  1. Maravilla de salón, paredes blancas , techos altos., mobiliario. PRECIOSA

  2. Not even kidding, before I read the text I looked at the first picture and thought, "That reminds me of Belgium for some reason." And it was! I loved Ghent, it was my favorite of the cities we visited in Belgium, and this apartment just sealed the deal for me. Stunning! I can only wish for a space that looks this beautiful.

  3. Love the old trolley stocked full of pots. Have a great day. Amy x

  4. The flooring is gorgeous! And it's everything a studio should be; space to conjure ideas and tangible objects to inspire creativity. Beautiful.

  5. Oh Wow! Thanks a million for sharing-I LOVE looking at other peoples' fantastically creative workspaces! Wonderful vintage trolley and mismatched chairs. I'm straight off to check out the site! :-) Caroline

  6. Lovely flat ! I love the wood chair on first picture

  7. Oh my work space looks NOTHING like that. I can only dream...

  8. The particular floor coverings can be beautiful! And every little thing any studio room needs to be; area for you to conjure tips along with real objects for you to inspire creative imagination. Stunning.
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