A while ago I rented a studio with Deborah from Ollie and Seb’s haus. The studio was a bit of a lemon, so it took a while to renovate it before we moved in. The building is really old and used to be an old factory, so the room has got a bit of an industrial feel to it. Nothing is perfect, but we both like the raw industrial look. It’s hard to imagine the studio with it’s magnolia coloured walls and bright blue carpet. It’s had a bit of a makeover you can see it here.
The reason why we chose this studio was mostly because of the light. We are lucky to have two large windows and were also able to paint the wooden floor and the walls. We’ve chosen to keep the studio mostly white, but we love adding black details like the Muuto Visu chair, wood, gold accents and green plants. We even have music at the studio from our wireless Native Union speaker. Our monochrome workspace is easy to adapt for photo shoots.
Deborah is just the best at styling and I love seeing her in action. It all looks so natural and effortless.
To new adventures! We’re working on some really exciting projects…
Black chair Muuto ¦ Candelabra Muuto ¦ White speaker Native Union ¦ Table top a sheet of plywood painted white B&Q ¦ Leaf desklamp Muuto ¦ magazine on window sill SOFFA mag ¦ Rug H&M Home ¦ Handbag One Must Dash ¦ Ceramics Vipp ¦ ceramics Catherine Lovatt ¦ Black cutlery Amara ¦ Trestle table legs and shelf IKEA