I’ve been writing this series for a while now, so my ears automatically prick up when anyone mentions a new studio. So when interior designer and fellow dbcollective member Heather Jenkinson, mentioned that very thing, I was all over her like a rash.
Heather is a very talented designer with real poise and she often has a different and interesting perspective on things, so she’s a fascinating lady to talk to.
She’s also got an incredible eye for colour, often spotting accidental combinations in the world around her.
As expected, her studio is calm and well-organised, but not cold. There are hints of inspiration and personality everywhere – just not enough to distract you from the task in hand. The perfect balance of creativity and function. I love the ‘H’ mug…
…and as her assistant will testify, tea plays a very important role in the creative process in Heather’s studio.
As Heather’s business expands, so does her requirement for space, so she’s already got her eye on the studio next door, which is twice the size of this one!
A place for everything, and everything in its place…
But the newest addition to Heather’s studio is definitely my favourite – and I can’t believe she’s my first creative spaces dog… meet Winnie.
Further reading for the especially geeky: