Whenever I’m asked to create designs for an editorial project, or participate in events & features, I’m always so honored because it is such a huge compliment to my artistry. This past month I was approached by Meg of Oliver and Rust to be a feature on her blog. But, this time it wasn’t going to be just about the final pieces that I design, it was going to focus on the space where it all happens; from consultation to creation! As most of you know, at the beginning of this year I opened my brand new studio, a project that my husband and I dreamed up from our old barn in the backyard. This space is the perfect representation of who I am as a designer, business owner, and décor enthusiast. Working in this space day after day, I must say it checks all of my ‘dream come true’ boxes. It’s a bright space that is warm & inviting, and it gives couples the opportunity to consult with me about the vision they imagine for their wedding flowers & see where their dream designs come to life. The studio combines the rustic and vintage features that I loved about our original barn (including a reclaimed barn board wall as homage to the original building) with modern amenities. Most importantly, this studio is a reminder everyday of how grateful I am; one to be able to follow my career dreams, and two, to be able to wake up in the morning and take a handful of steps to work, and only be only few steps away from my family each day.
A huge thanks goes to Meg of Oliver and Rust for sharing my studio on her blog and for the beautiful photographs! Be sure to check out the Fleurish Design Studio blog on Oliver and Rust, along with all of the other amazing blogs on the website!