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Ethereal Workspace

A Place of Whimsy

If this was our everyday workspace, we think that work probably wouldn’t feel much like work. For Kelle Ann McCarter of DesignsGirl calligraphy, this just so happens to be the case. An avid calligrapher, designer, and purveyor of fantastic entertaining ideas, Kelle dreams up all sorts of creative goodness in this space…which brings us back to the idea of work not feeling like work! Of her studio, she says “I knew I wanted two separate areas combined for an ideal place to conduct business: an area for photo shoots, and for creating my designs and calligraphy.” A successful marriage of the two spaces, this studio embodies all of the elements that make for an ideal workspace: plenty of natural light, effortless style, a comfortable chair, and inspirational surroundings. Kelle claims that “the views of the Colorado Rocky Mountain Front range, and windows with perfect natural light for working and photographing my work make the space what it is.” We couldn’t agree more; transform your own work space into a place of whimsy and inspiration with some of our products picks inspired by Kelle’s studio.

Ethereal Workspace | REstyleSOURCE
PHOTO: Zorn Photography
Ethereal Workspace | REstyleSOURCE
PHOTO: Zorn Photography
Ethereal Workspace | REstyleSOURCE
PHOTO: Zorn Photography

Castle Rock, CO

303 453 9235

ABOUT ME Kelle Anne McCarter is a calligrapher, wedding invitation & paper goods designer. Her company - The Royal Box - features custom curated limited edition gift boxes with luxurious linens, vintage silver and artisan goods. Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Luxe interior + design and People magazines. Kelle is a designer for Crane & Co., Bella Figura and Smock Paper.

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