DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

DIY Geometric Inspiration Boards

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

photos by Jared Smith

There are two things we do a lot of around the studio: photo shoots and less than organized chaos when it comes to prepping for them. Jared and I have learned to work together pretty well (he tells me I’m annoying him, I tell him he’s annoying me and that I want a flat white with almond milk… etc. etc.), but I have started to be more diligent about putting together cohesive ideas and inspiration boards for shoots and daily to-do lists since bringing on an intern and working with collaborators. Though I’m a digital girl as much as the next, something about secret Pinterest boards just doesn’t always cut it for me, so we made these DIY geometric inspiration boards to bring it back to (hands-on) reality!

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The catch here is that I’ve made it a HUGE point to not have any decor items in the studio be too permanent so that we can move things around for shoots. We use the white walls as backdrops, move furniture around to accommodate events and workshops, and even just to be able to spread out supplies for big DIY projects, so the key with our inspiration boards is that it’s easily removable to swap things out with a damage free surface so that we can keep the space a clean slate for whatever we’re working on…

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DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

I wanted to make sure the floating tile edges matched the studio color scheme, so we spray painted the edges of the tile bases gold and let them dry.

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

Once dry, we attached the bases to the wall in a set of three, staggering them along the way, and making sure they were level with the built in leveler.

Once they were in place where we wanted them and straight, we snapped on the magnetic dry erase tiles (you can see a full video on how to install them, but it’s SUPER easy to do!).

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth  DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

I’m really in love with the way it turned out! Are they not SO much cuter than a regular dry erase board?! The little DIY pop of gold on the edges totally makes it for me!

Sources: credenza // lamp // similar planters

This post is made possible by Command Brand. Thank you for supporting the brands we love that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox! As always, all opinions and other products selected are my own!

This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission using Shopstyle, Reward Style, and/or Amazon Associates.

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

DIY Geometric Inspiration Boards

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

photos by Jared Smith

There are two things we do a lot of around the studio: photo shoots and less than organized chaos when it comes to prepping for them. Jared and I have learned to work together pretty well (he tells me I’m annoying him, I tell him he’s annoying me and that I want a flat white with almond milk… etc. etc.), but I have started to be more diligent about putting together cohesive ideas and inspiration boards for shoots and daily to-do lists since bringing on an intern and working with collaborators. Though I’m a digital girl as much as the next, something about secret Pinterest boards just doesn’t always cut it for me, so we made these DIY geometric inspiration boards to bring it back to (hands-on) reality!

MY LATEST VIDEOS

The catch here is that I’ve made it a HUGE point to not have any decor items in the studio be too permanent so that we can move things around for shoots. We use the white walls as backdrops, move furniture around to accommodate events and workshops, and even just to be able to spread out supplies for big DIY projects, so the key with our inspiration boards is that it’s easily removable to swap things out with a damage free surface so that we can keep the space a clean slate for whatever we’re working on…

MY LATEST VIDEOS

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

I wanted to make sure the floating tile edges matched the studio color scheme, so we spray painted the edges of the tile bases gold and let them dry.

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

Once dry, we attached the bases to the wall in a set of three, staggering them along the way, and making sure they were level with the built in leveler.

Once they were in place where we wanted them and straight, we snapped on the magnetic dry erase tiles (you can see a full video on how to install them, but it’s SUPER easy to do!).

DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth  DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth DIY geometric inspiration board - Sugar & Cloth

I’m really in love with the way it turned out! Are they not SO much cuter than a regular dry erase board?! The little DIY pop of gold on the edges totally makes it for me!

Sources: credenza // lamp // similar planters

This post is made possible by Command Brand. Thank you for supporting the brands we love that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox! As always, all opinions and other products selected are my own!

This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission using Shopstyle, Reward Style, and/or Amazon Associates.

Comments

  • Katie

    07.13.15

    Such a cool project! Would you mind sharing the source for those faceted planters? They are lovely!

    • Katie said:

      Nevermind, just saw your source! Sorry!

  • Jane Gordon

    07.13.15

    I’d probably end up using these for keeping track of when bills are due and just random memos! :)

  • allison

    07.13.15

    such a good idea! my office is all white with bright pink and gold accent (3 cheers for designing my own, totally girly space) and needed cork boards…solely to have somewhere to use my kate spade bow push pins…but painted them white. 100x better than dreary brown cork. I adore command products, and recommend them to just about every single person I know. My favourite thing to do is re-decorate every season, and being on a budget that really means moving all my art around – thank you command velcro strips and hooks for not putting holes in my walls. lifesavers.

  • elisabeth

    07.13.15

    This is such a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration :)

  • Sarah Lou

    07.15.15

    These are so awesome! I love the gold accent!

  • AnaSousa

    07.17.15

    Que bien quedo y que idea mas buena!! Al ver tu trabajo me acorde de una web que tiene unos papeles de pared para hacer cosas muy bonitas. Te dejo aqui el enlace http://goodvinilos.com/es/7-fotomurales

  • vicky

    08.31.15

    Such a lovely idea to decorate the wall in a fun and not ordinary way! Love it!

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