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before and afterflowers

before & after: poppies and posies’ studio

by Kate Pruitt


As someone who has always dreamed of having a big, open, loft-like studio space with wood floors, industrial lamps, big windows and brick walls, I think I may die of envy if I stare too long at this amazing makeover of the Poppies & Posies studio, an NYC-based floral and event-design firm.

When Sierra, the co-founder of Poppies & Posies, sent these to me, I honestly had to block out some time to ogle every image. The space is so achingly gorgeous, and I love that every corner has been given love and attention. The furniture itself is rustic and spare, which allows for the lush colors of the flowers, vases and vintage knick-knacks to really stand out. Everywhere you turn there is a beautifully composed vignette or a mix of pattern and texture, which I’m sure provide countless moments of joy and inspiration to the workday.

There are too many lovely details to count, but luckily I’ve included them all after the jump. Get ready for some serious visual candy. Thanks for sharing, Sierra! — Kate

All photographs are by Jen Huang.


CLICK HERE for the rest of the Poppies & Posies’ studio makeover after the jump!

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