SDCo. Studio Tour
We're back, y'all! As many of you know, Sieger Design Co. was on a bit of a hiatus this summer as our family faced several moves, a career change, and several more moves. We couldn't be happier to announce that we are finally out of temporary housing, and we have put down some roots.
As my husband and I were deciding where to live, we had one priority: Texas. Having been last based at Fort Hood, we were quite familiar with the Austin scene, but we were just far away enough that we couldn't actively take part in the community. We are now residents of Pflugerville, just 15 minutes from downtown Austin! We are definitely loving experiencing all that Pflugerville, Austin and the surrounding cities have to offer.
While we were eager to unpack and get settled as soon as possible, one of our main priorities was getting the Sieger Design Co. studio up and running. Many thanks to my sweet husband who installed the pegboard wall, moved furniture around for me, then moved it around again every time I changed my mind!
Without further ado, here are a few shots of our new studios for a behind-the-scenes look at where your favorite Sieger Design Co. products are being dreamed up and produced by hand.
This space is such a breath of fresh air! I love seeing the morning light streaming through, sitting down with a cup of coffee and getting my creative juices flowing for the day. The combo of white trim and natural wood, with wicker baskets and a few small pops of color keep the space open and cheerful. Having my tools readily available on the pegboard wall make me feel uninhibited. Previously, everything was kept in boxes or closets, and I would have to dig out whatever I wanted to work on, wasting those precious moments of inspiration on clutter.
I love combining old and new, gifts from friends and family heirlooms, items I made and items my husband made. I believe the key to a great creative space is a clean look, but not a sterile feel. I found bins, baskets, and cabinets to keep different genres of crafting separate. But, they are easily accessed. The space leaves you feeling free to create; pull out a basket, dive in, and see what you can come up with.
Now I just feel guilty for wanting to hang out in our studio all the time, instead of the rest of the house!
So, who wants to come play?!