in the studio :: bed candy12:00 AM
Welcome to In The Studio, a place to show off your studio and meet some great artists! Last month I featured artists from our Village Store. While I have more artists to feature, I thought I would start this month by showing you a little of what I've been working on personally.
So what have I been doing creatively? I did a photo shoot last weekend to feature Warby Parker's new Ocean Avenue line. So fun. I realized that I need to be doing more photo shoots. It's a busy season which means I have to make time for it. Easier said than done, but it so gives me life.
I've also been deep in a bedroom makeover. It's coming along but these makeover projects sometimes take time, don't they? Especially when you're doing the work yourself. I hope to reveal the entire project in due time. Today let's start with some bed candy.
I decided I wanted to make my bed something that looked inviting to crawl into. Is anyone else like that or am I just weird? I started with a bed skirt. Honestly, I was tired at looking at the dirty box spring peeking out from under the quilt. It was an eyesore and needed some attention. I decided to make a skirt rather than buy one. I knew I wanted a dark gray, but I also knew that sometimes you have to be flexible with these things. Well, I found a dark gray material that I love! I'm not good with writing patterns, so I couldn't really tell you exactly how I sewed this bad boy. I had the idea in my head and I'm glad it turned out the way I wanted it to. I'm even more glad that you can't see the nasty box spring!
My focus after that was the pillows. Besides the green butterfly material, everything else I had on hand. I did the same basic pillowcase pattern that I've used in the past. I love how easy and fast it is. And I love how it makes my bed look. Inviting!
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