New studio- workshop reveal

I’m so exited to be sharing with you today the finial part of my new studio reveal! As I explained in this post, with my blogging bestie Maca, we have rented an empty space this winter that we have been transforming into a creative studio for photoshoots, workshops and events!

And today I’m sharing with you the full reveal of the workshop space!

Starting with the entry door, this space is what our colorful dreams are made of! Our doors are easy to find too- they are the one with gold dots on each side!

Right by the entrance there’s the kitchen corner – perfect for whipping up a lunch on the go or serving little snacks to workshop guest. Since we didn’t want nothing permanent here, we decided to install a simple countertop next to the industrial sink that was here already, and add some floating shelves. With the mini electric stove top, a toaster and a mixer we’re ready for any occasion!

And then there’s the big workshop table – it’s large enough to fit 10 people. Perfect for an intimate workshop setting! And with all the colorful accessories we gathered here together you can easily shoot any kind of entertaining photos in here !

We decided to go for all white simple pieces and the cutest colorful bunny chairs from Structube – and I just love how they pop against the all white space! Not to mention they’re pretty comfortable too !

On the other side of the workshop area there are our desks – and with the new large white workshop table I have decided to keep my pink table that you might have seen in the studio kitchen reveal as my workspace!

Now, who’s ready for a workshop? Stay tuned as we announce them on our social media!

This post is brought to you by our studio transformation sponsor Structube, all opinions remain entirely my own.

Resource List

Bunny table chairs – Structube

Book shelves ( similar)  -Ikea

Kitchen – Ikea

Wall hanging–

Baskets –

Table, desk chair and pink desk -Thrifted

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