Katelyn James’s turquoise office and studio

Katelyn James is a very talented wedding photographer who lives in Richmond, V.A. As it often happens, wedding designers and photographers choose this path from passion, because they really like what they’re doing. This is often seen outside their workspace as well. Their homes are the best clue in this case. This is the office and studio of Katelyn James and, as you can see, it’s very delicate and bright, very much like a wedding décor.

As you can see, the walls have painted in a delicate aqua tone. The same color in then found everywhere in the room. She must really like teal. The low ceiling makes this place seem very cozy and inviting, almost like a doll house. The furniture is very elegant and beautiful and it shares the color of the walls, except for the sofa that stand out with that brown and white pattern.

Everything in there is well planned. Notice how the sofa sits underneath all those picture frames that have almost the same color as the print from the sofa. Then the carpet has a pale beige/cream color that makes the transition between that corner and the rest of the room. Everything else is either teal or white. Even the flowers from the coffee table are white. The chandelier is also very delicate and wedding-like.{found on houseofturquoise}

Published by in Interiors, on January 26th, 2012


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