The new studio tour is up on Domaine Home, and you simply must go check it out. But, meanwhile I’m pretty psyched to have a professional photo of our team (Ginny, Brady and I) because right now we only have one pic of us hugging or that instagram of us in the bathtub together. The bathtub shot isn’t really playing well with new clients, but this one? Yes. Thank you, Domaine. We are officially legit.
Also, I only hire attractive people, obviously. Attractive people who subconsciously dress in the color palette. And by ‘subconsciously’ I mean that I texted them at 3am with reminders and requests for options. I believe the words were, ‘sassy, casual, professional, with a bit of a flirt and mischievousness in cobalt or pale blue. One always want to stand out and yet blend in.
Meanwhile here is a couple more sneak peeks. Domaine has the full story, but we are sharing all the whats/hows/whys (and how muchs’) next week over here.
Right now the studio is a total disaster after 3 shoots last week and a mural painting contest on sunday. I look at these pics and think, well, for one day, one sweet day, it was pulled together and pretty.
All the props were organized by color. The ‘whites’ included the porcelain sculpture of a baby screaming. I used to have it under a dome until EVERYBODY IN MY LIFE told me it was too creepy. Just because you see a tortured, suffering baby doesn’t mean that I don’t see a singing, passionately happy infant. Who is the creep now, friends?
And here’s my ‘naturals woods and fibers’ section. Which includes my collection of miniature dollhouse mousetraps and fly swatters. These were handmade. By a person. Intentionally. I picture her about to debut the dollhouse to her daughter when WAIT!!!! Stop. What if there is a miniature mouse or fly in this dollhouse? And she RUSHES off to sculpt these miniature pest killers. I found them at a flea market years ago and naturally had to frame them in miniautre frames. I love them so much.
Anyway, these and other pics of the studio are on Domaine today. Plus there’s an interview that is more actual info and less ramblings.
All photos are by Chris Patay for Domaine Home and thanks Mat Sanders for being a general excellent person to be around.