What is #ourspacetocreate?
We sell a range of goods but vintage school desks are at our core and what we love most. They each tell a different story with their unique scribbles and markings and provide a space to create and be you. We passionately believe that having a creative space is so important for children and adults alike. No matter how big or small we all need that nook, desk or corner to do our thing.
With all of the above in mind, we want to celebrate creative spaces and shine a light on their importance in lettings kids be kids and grown-ups to relax and feel inspired. We want this conversation to grow and become central to our story and something we as a brand champion.
How can you get involved?
We are asking people to share their creative space in their home, studio or place of work.
It doesn’t have to involve a desk, it could literally be an area you use to draw, read, get crafty, work or do the dreaded homework! We want to see a whole plethora of creative spaces that involve both kids and adults. The nature of a creative space means it might be a bit messy and we love that! It doesn’t have to be a perfectly styled interiors shot.
All you need to do is post a photo of your creative space on your Instagram feed and add the hashtag #ourspacetocreate
We will share our favourites each month and then pick one person to win the monthly prize. (To be in with a chance of winning you must be following us, @blueticking and the prize giver.)
June prize: A ‘Never settle petal’ print from the wonderful Basil and Ford. The print is printed onto vintage book plates and is an original floral illustration by P.J Redoute.
Creative Spaces celebrated
Wow, look at all of your wonderful creative spaces!
Below are the images on Instagram that have been tagged with the hashtag.
And the winner is…
@flat102. We chose this image because we love the colours and of course the desk is right up our street. It feels like a wonderfully calm and creative space..
Head over to our blog to read everything creative spaces! Each month we will interview someone about their creative space/s and why it’s important to them.
For Our June interview, we are speaking to the lovely Natalie from Mud Kitchens.
We want you to feel inspired and help your family connect with their creative side. Your space can be anything you want it to be, there are no rules or parameters.
A desk could be the perfect starting place, as could a fun print, or other room décor.
To help you get started we have put together a range of items. Simply click on any of the images to find out more.