By Eva Fydrych

Tamara Radivojevic's studio - Belgrade (Photo courtesy of InteriorZine)

For any artist relying on inspiration all the time, an uncluttered and refreshing workplace is crucial and instrumental. The use of the right colours and the right decorations may add a lot of personality and coolness to your workplace. A setup is not just about working. It also tells people who you really are.

Selgas Cano Architects (Photo courtesy of Iwan Baan)

Isabel Marants Paris studio (Photo by William Gentle)

Jan Sk�cel�k�s studio (Photo courtesy of Apartment Therapy)

Fashion designer Bianca Zampatti in her city studio (Photo by Daniel Boud)

Home studio (Photo courtesy oNick Keppol)

Vintage furniture (Photo courtesy of Home-Designing)

Jason Wu, NYC Office

Graphasel Design Studio (Photo courtesy of Digital Abstracts)

Photo courtesy of the Revolutioner

Jane Shepherdson's London Office (Photo by Katherine Rose)

Katherine Power, Who What Wear, Los Angeles Office

Photo courtesy of Internet and Website Design

Fashion designer's studio (Photo courtesy of I.Celik)

Fashion designer's studio (Photo courtesy of T.Mackenzie)

Erdem - East London (Photo courtesy of the Guardian)

Alice Temperley - London (Photo courtesy of the Guardian)

Photo courtesy of Avant Garbx

Anya Hindmarch's office - London (Photo courtesy of the Guardian)

A+A design studio (Photo courtesy of A+A)

Photo courtesy of Glitz Bliss

Jonathan Adler's studio (Photo courtesy of Lonny Magazine)

Photo courtesy of Branding/Identity/Design

Photo courtesy of Avant Garbx

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