You may recall the redesign we did on our old “carport house” very nearly two years back when we refreshed it into a visitor house. From that point forward, my folks have been living in it as they polish off their new home (Mom’s Lake House – read increasingly about that here). This Spring, this small home will be changed into one more space… my studio! I’m SO eager to have a space of my own one of a kind to improve videography, photography, and DIY undertakings to impart to you. Give me a chance to show you the plans!
I’ve picked the straightforward, white Boston Bookcases from The Brick as a functional and clean-lined answer for store the majority of my photography props and frill in my new studio. They’re economical, so putting a couple of one next to the other and maybe including a touch of trim them is a reasonable and chic stockpiling choice. Before these cabinets, I’m wanting to have the Calistoga Writing Desk looking out into the primary region of the studio. I’ve constantly longed for having an outwards-confronting work area, and this one has the ideal lines for the activity! It has a farmhouse chic intrigue, and I love strong pine furniture like this for its capacity to keep going quite a while. The last enormous piece in my studio will be the Paris Loveseat in Ocean. I worship our Paris Sectional in our home with its advanced lines, tough casing and conventional tufting, so I figured a little form in my studio would be perfect! Additionally, this greenish blue shading is my preferred shading on the planet and I’m eager to have it for comfort and as a fun photograph and video prop. I’m in any event, considering keeping the kitchen cupboards in the studio and painting them a profound shade of blue-green as well.