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"Don't try so hard to figure it all out right now. Say yes to everything that comes your way."
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Courtesy of Hannah Lowman.
Welcome to the next Meet A Maker Monday: A series where we learn and share all about the talented creatives working in Cowork at Center for Craft. Meet Hannah Lowman, an interior designer and stylist who works out of Cowork alongside colleague Elizabeth Rogers, Senior Designer and Project Manager. She is the founder and owner of Hannah Lowman Styling, a hands-on and solution driven design studio that focuses on inviting, approachable design for everyday life. Read on to learn more about her creative process!
Nature, old buildings, patterns, patina, and beautiful weirdness!
Creativity for me means staying true to yourself. There are endless ways to be and show up creatively, but it feels most authentic when you can confidently tap into your personal style, values and aesthetic on a regular basis.
It's given me a space to work around other makers and creatives. Working for yourself can be a silo at times and it's nice to break out of that for a while!
Thrifting and antiquing always help get my creative juices flowing. I'll also listen to a business or design podcast if I'm feeling unmotivated and that usually sparks some ideas or inspiration or simply just gives me the initiative to do the next thing.
Be Brave. Listen to your gut. And don't be afraid to put in the work toward a vision you have for yourself that feels out of reach. Solutions are there.
My work is usually a constant juggle of smaller and larger projects and 2020-2021 has put major delays in our normal timelines. There's a doctor's office gut renovation project I've been working on remotely that should be done next month. I'll also be wrapping up a full home decorating project at an awesome mountain house here in town (hopefully) the end of the year.
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