A dream that has been in the back of my mind for years now came to fruition this summer when I opened Sugarcomb’s headquarters in Magnolia village. Designing the space was such a fun experience. The studio was a well-loved blank canvas when I received the keys; plans began this spring and I opened the Dutch door for business this June.
The studio is very close to my heart for a couple of reasons. I grew up in the area and spent a few high school and college years working in the exact same location, back when it was owned by an interior designer. That first job of mine was so inspiring and it greatly steered me along my design path. Bringing my own business to the studio has truly been a heartwarming full-circle experience for me.
Sugarcomb had been home-based since its start in 2008 and it’s a pleasure to be able to invite couples in to work on their plans where I have everything I need at my fingertips. The talented Julie Harmsen came by recently to shoot the studio and I’m thrilled to share her images with you…
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Photos by Julie Harmsen Photography. Studio Design by Kelsey Eads of Sugarcomb.
My grandmother recently came across the shoes that she wore in her wedding in 1942. Nope, not a typo…1942! They are an adorable petite pair of silver peep-toe heels and I just had to share them with you.
Yesterday, my grandparent’s celebrated their 67th Wedding Anniversary. They were married on a Wednesday, a great day to Wed. She made her pale pink wedding gown and each of her bridesmaids dresses, and he made his tuxedo. My grandpa is a long ago retired custom tailor and my grandma, a seamstress. I wish I could bottle up all of their stories. They are nostalgia, they are magical. They are at that age when you cry because you remember something so sweet from so long ago.
My husband and I celebrated our one year anniversary about a week ago…we are barely at the beginning.