Welcome to my dreamy studio. It is where I create one of a kind images and it is a reflection of my style and personality. It is no secret that I’m a prop addict and I want to WOW my clients as soon as they walk in. When designing this space I wanted my props to be a center stage and nicely organized rather than hiding them in a closet. I told my amazing husband what I wanted and he made the whole thing come to life. I couldn’t be happier!
One of my favorite additions to my studio is my white lounge chair. When I saw this “hello” pillow I knew it would fit my brand perfectly!
I have so many amazing headbands from Gold Feather Boutique and my pallet is the perfect way to organize them, color coded of course!
My shelves were designed to have room for my blankets. I wanted them all hung nicely so my clients and I can easily see what colors I have when choosing blankets for their newborn session.
I love this area of my studio. It is literally prop heaven. It fits everything from flokatis, buckets, wagons, suitcases, etc. The way my husband put my shelves in fits everything (almost) perfectly.
I love my bonnets so much I wanted to display them for everyone to see.
I knew I wanted to display wall art in my studio. With the amount of amazing sessions I do, it is very difficult to pick just a couple of images to display, so I did a collage with some of my favorites at the time.
Gosh…I just love my drawers! They look so modern and hold more props that I wasn’t sure what to do with. The first drawer holds lace petti rompers for the little girls as well as hats and suspenders for the little boys. The second drawer holds my sashes by Gold Feather Boutique that I like to use in some of my maternity and newborn sessions.
I saw these painted mason jars from Beach Blues Baby and they matched my branding perfectly! They add a touch of whimsy to my space!
I have invested in a wide variety of hats, pants, skirts, etc. for newborn boys and girls. This hanging system is perfect for displaying them for all to see!
I hope you all enjoyed getting a peek of my studio! I would love if you left a comment on this blog post and let me know what you think! 🙂