Mixed-media masterpieces. Custom-designed art installations. DIY projects completed with a nail gun and sushi boats. None of it is off-limits to Tracie Schumacher, founder of Eagle’s Studio80 Interior Architecture & Design. “I have a bachelor’s of fine arts, so the artist in me always jumps out first and I think, What can we do that’s fun?

Schumacher snaps up distinctive objects for her clients everywhere—from local art fairs to European furniture studios to thrift stores. And this time of year, in her own home, she wows her children and guests with elaborate, immersive holiday decor. “When the holidays come, I don’t just change out the pillows,” she says. “I make snowflakes and hang them all over the house, so we’re living in art.” Here, her go-tos for inspiration in any season. studio80id.com

< Art Crush “[Parisian artist] Arik Levy is inspiring to me these days. His work is exceptional and hits a deep chord. It’s earthy and organic.” ariklevy.fr

< Far-Flung Inspiration “Last spring, I went to Moooi’s warehouse in Milan and felt like I was on a different planet, as far as coolness is concerned. The lighting, the furniture, the styling—it was so random and eclectic and hip; I’d never seen anything like it.” moooi.com

< Finest DIY Moment “Whether or not you have a big budget, you can get creative with some rocks and superglue. We did Sato Sushi in Edwards, and we made art out of chopsticks and discarded sushi boats, nailing them up in a pattern on the wall to create a 3-D installation.”

< Local Love “Eagle-based Mike Crabtree is my favorite mountain artist. He is a photographer whose work always leaves my mind wandering in a most pleasant direction.” crabphoto.com

Favorite Find: “I just got chairs from a Habitat for Humanity ReStore for $30 each, and I can’t tell you how many people want to buy them from me. They’re mid-mod, with wooden arms and lime green leather upholstery, and they tilt back when you sit in them. They’re so awesome, and I won’t let them go.”