10 Second Studio Tour: Amelie Mancini

I don’t have a studio, but even my totally hypothetical, imaginary studio wishes it was Amelie Mancini’s.  Located on the top floor of an industrial Bed-Stuy building, Amelie’s studio features giant factory windows, a crazy amount of floorspace and a collection of art supplies and vintage furniture that makes it feel both inspiring and homey. We had the pleasure of stopping by Amelie’s awesome studio a few weeks ago and, in addition to getting some major workspace envy, we had a chance to take a peek at some of her latest projects, from her adorable cactus textile patterns to her stunning hand-carved spoons. Check out the studio tour above and some outtakes and stills after the jump! —Max

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  1. Terry says:

    It is so interesting to see other artist’s studios…we have much of the same stuff floating around.

  2. There’s something about seeing other artist’s workspaces…I never tire of it!!

  3. gail says:

    amalie !
    you are so inspiring…..was gifted one of your incredible linen cactus towels, and it graces
    my vintage airstream cabinets in california, perfection ! and better each time i wash it.
    when are you up to ball diamond linens ? want to put an order in for elaine’s birthday which is this week . can i give her a gift certificate for a special order ?
    your friend ariele’s mom.

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