This Successful Artist's Flower-Filled Home Studio Will Make You Green With Envy — Work From Home Tour

April 13, 2018

California-based artist and designer Bridgette Thornton started taking painting seriously all the way back in 8th grade. "That age was very intense for me socially and academically. Art making was not only an emotional outlet but made me feel empowered," she says. "As a child my mom would always have me working on a craft. Whenever I wanted to buy something, instead of purchasing it from the store, she would say, 'you could make that!'" This early encouragement sparked a smart painting and product designing career; her flirty florals can now be found on cheery Anthropologie products like plates, shower curtains and more. Her professional savvy also means she gets to work from the comfort—and beauty—of her own home. Here's how she made her version of the work from home dream work:

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