With two weeks before the Wall Shelf Build-Off, I spent some time this afternoon working on design ideas. I filled three pages of sketches with a variety of designs.
When sketching, I like to use pen and don’t spend more than half a minute on each.
I use the sketches to help me figure out what I like and what I don’t like. Sometimes I will sketch different variations of details, like square and rounded corners, right over each other.
If a detail is difficult to draw, or is an important part of the design, I may add an arrow and label. I may draw in the grain if it is part of the design, but I usually focus on basic concepts and form.
Feel free to use these ideas for your Wall Shelf Build-Off design.
I’m always interested in your feedback, but particularly interested in your thoughts on these sketches. Do any of the ideas stand out to you?
If you need some more inspiration, check out my ever-growing Pinterest board of #WSBO inspiration.
And there’s still time to register! #WSBO is January 28-29.
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Great ideas, I like the rotating shelf concept. Unfortunately I’m away on business that weekend