In the throws of wedding season, I am excited to carve out a little time to blog about the new studio. After moving from Boulder to Denver in April, redesigning a raw industrial space for the shop became a labor of love. From sourcing old warehouse carts for vase storage to visiting every antique and second hand shop in the Denver Metro area, it all came together beautifully in the end. The space is a combination of function and style which is hard to achieve when owning a flower shop is the equivalent of hoarding. It took a couple of months to complete all the finishing touches (like hanging old family wedding portraits on the walls) but it has become a space where I wind up even on days when I don’t “need” to be working in the studio. It is a calm and inspiring retreat and I am told that others feel the same sense of comfort and calm when they walk through the doors. The studio is a little oasis in the bustling Santa Fe Art District and I couldn’t be happier about the decision to set up shop where I did. Photo cred the incomparable Ashley Sawtelle. See the full SMP LIVING feature here.