|Today is the big day!If you’ve been following our stories and Instagram sneak peeks, our studio reveal is officially here after a lot of months of intense work and planning. I’m all over the moon to finally show you the first part of our studio, the living room & photo studio area (more updates in the next weeks, yay!)After our feature and exclusive reveal on Glitter Guide this week (pinch me), I’m so ready to walk you through all we did when we started planning this new studio with my girlfriend Joanna from LazyMoms and announce our partnership with our friends at Structube who helped us create this beautiful and artsy space we’ve been dreaming for a while.|
The Living Room
Noooow, let’s jump into the juicy details, shall we? When it comes to styling and finding the best furniture we wanted for the studio, we had in mind a boho, happy meets artsy, style. Structube was THE best option, finding every single item we dreamed of for the studio. Our wish list had the following (all dreamy, obviously) items:- Velvet gold Flexi multifunctional sofa– Velvet Carlyle armchair in deep green (similar here)- Velvet Ellie pink loveseat– Elton coffee table (similar here)Structube’s velvet line is absolutely dreamy! We received them at our door with their delivery service and funny story about this, Joanna and I for the first time ever, arranged to assemble each piece without any help or husbands around, we loved every single minute of this brand new “oh hey we got this, sofa!”. We are SO in love AND proud!
The Photo Studio Area
This was the main reason we needed a studio in the first place, Joanna’s home and mine are the tiniest living spaces (eeeever), and trying to fit endless props, colourful backdrops, photography equipment, and all that jazz was pretty much mission impossible. The photo studio is right next to our main (and only) window so we can shoot with both natural light and studio light if we need to.We left a big corner to fit a fully styled room (the pink scene you see in this post), or a full-sized backdrop to shoot portraits, a table with 8 seats if we need to do food shootings, or stop motion videos in a super comfy and wide area (that I needed the most).
What are our plans with the Photo Area
At the moment, we are here 3 to 4 days during the week and we use our photo studio at least twice a week. We are currently renting our space to other creatives and photographers in the city and they’ve been loving it so far.Coming up soon, we’ll launch our studio website where you can rent the space (yes, all for you) and host events, use it as a pinterest studio or as a photo studio, the possibilities are endless, right?
Studio Source List
floor lamp – Structube // macrame wall hanging – Babasouk // art prints & art painting – Lysa Jordan // pastel pillows – Structube // artificial cactus – Structube // lidded yellow basket – Babasouk // knitted white pouf – Vintage // pastel moroccan rug – Babasouk // pink peacock chair – Vintage // artificial fiddle leaf tree – Structube // beni ourain moroccan rug (black & white) – Babasouk // ceramic white vase – Structube // pastel moroccan pouf – Thrifted //
moroccan boucherouite pillowcases – Babasouk // flower art print – Babasouk // philodendron art print – Babasouk // colourful paper backdrops – BHphoto // white cabinets & organizers – Ikea // abstract colourful pillows – Babasouk // floral container with unicorn lid – Target
|This post was possible thanks to Structube. Endless thanks to their team for partnering with us & gifting all these items for the studio.All opinions, happy tears, and memories expressed here are entirely mine.|