Saturday, March 27, 2010

MY HOLLYWOOD STUDIO


I mentioned in an earlier post that Gregory Han from the ever wonderful  Apartment Therapy photographed the Sugar Shack's garden, well this is the studio series, as you can see it's just a section of the garage. I wish I had a fancy grand studio, one that had heat, a bathroom, and a rain free floor. I have heat, but in August and the bathroom's never going to happen, and you know you can't stop the rain. So there you go! Honestly though, I do love my studio and it's the biggest I have ever had. It wasn't that long ago a kitchen and a studio were one, or a corner of a dining room. To all my friends in New York forgive me for even joking. I can relate!

12 comments:

Angie said...

It still looks like a fantastic space to be creative- even if it's hot or wet! ;)

the gardeners cottage said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! I get the feeling that your home reflects exactly who you are! Am I right?

~janet

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Unfortunately yes!

Barbara said...

Whenever I see pictures of my blogger companions homes, I feel woefully inadequate. Do you hire out?

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Barbara, You bet! and never fell inadequate that's our governor's job.

ashlina said...

hello hollywood..we are neighbors....
and i am in love with your site. and your profile pic is bananas. i want that place.

xo
ashlina
www.thedecorista.com

Visual Vamp said...

Thanks so much for looking at the dining room revamp.
I loved the red room, and I love this new room just as much.
Isn't it great that life is long enough to experience so many great colors!
xo xo
PS Love your blog!

normadesmond said...

maybe you could squeeze a porta-potty into the studio?

(it looks great!)

Mr. Bluehaunt said...

Gorgeous!

Heather said...

oh wow! What am amazing studio, what an inspiring place to work :)

Jessica Davis said...

That's cool! So what sort of art do you create? And thanks for following my blog by the way!

Midcenturymadam said...

I see why you are a designer. Your home is so beautiful. I love the splash of turquoise. Wishing you lived next door to me so maybe some of your talent would rub off. Also, I second what you said about Mick. I love his blog and I wish we all had pure souls like him. Our world would be a much better place.