Posts tagged interiors
New Studio Inspiration

With all the 619 hullabaloo, we've been excited to put it behind us and start planning for the new studio.

We've found the space (details coming soon, I promise!), and we'll be moving sometime before October 1st (as soon as the new space is ready). We've got a plan brewing for the new studio that takes into account the style of the building, the additional space (Yes, it's going to be bigger!), and our aesthetic desires. We love our current studio and had so much fun designing the space, painting, decorating, etc. - but we're even more excited to take what we learned on that "project" and improve upon it. Here's some of the photos we've been gathering on Pinterest for inspiration.

[DIY Built-in Shelving from The Brick House, Metal Truss Work Table from West Elm, Architect's Boom Sconce from Restoration Hardware]

Henry Ford’s Design Studio for the Model T  - This is such a gorgeous space!

Henry Ford’s Design Studio for the Model T - This is such a gorgeous space!

Mechanic's Beacon Light from  Anthropologie , Bookshelf Made From Antique Apple Crates found on  Pinterest

Mechanic's Beacon Light from Anthropologie, Bookshelf Made From Antique Apple Crates found on Pinterest

At Long Last...

It occurred to me while preparing for this month's art walk that we've neglected to show photos of our shop all put together. Just like the process of refurbishing our press, the studio needed a lot of love when we moved in at the beginning of the year.

We scrubbed and painted before we moved the press in, and have spent the last couple of months collecting, decorating, and organizing (when we're not printing, of course). It took us some time to figure out where everything should go, but I think we're finally happy with the results. So at long last, here are some progress photos, and that glorious "taaaa daaaa" moment.


And for a little bit of nonsense - here's me, perched atop my favorite old girl.

Now, back to work! We've got the Urban Craft Uprising coming up in July, and we're nose to the grindstone producing newcards & products for the show. We're also knee deep in wedding season, so we're quite busy. Thankfully, quite busy means lots of new things to show you!

Our next art walk open house will be June 2nd - we'll be just returning from a Memorial Day vacation in Florida, so we'll be happy and tan. Stop by, we'd love to see you!