The Sugar & Cloth Houston Studio Tour

Get a glimpse of our sugar & cloth houston studio tour in East Downtown…

sugar and cloth studio tour

If you’re an avid follower of my Instagram or Facebook, then you probably already got the chance to see some of these photos. (I threw in a few unseen ones here too!)  

But for the rest of you, I’m excited to share the final Sugar & Cloth Houston studio tour!

It’s been a loooong time in the works. But there’s nothing like a good feature on Glitter Guide to motivate you to get it all in tip top shape.

I meant to announce the reveal and interview all in one go last week, but hey, life happens.

sugar and cloth studio tour

Sugar & Cloth Houston Studio Tour

Now for the juicy details!

The number one question I get asked by people who see the studio in photos is “how do you keep it so clean and white!?” The honest answer to that is I don’t.

I mean, it is bright and white. But photos can be verrrry forgiving when it comes to hiding the spots .

I learned the hard way that hot glue doesn’t like painted cement floors, and all you have to do is so much as look at a bottle of craft paint the wrong way and it will spill everywhere.

Add all of that in with my not-so-graceful tendencies, and it’s basically a recipe for an off-white studio disaster.

So we also spend a lot of time wiping down surfaces…

sugar and cloth studio tour

sugar and cloth studio tour

When it comes to styling essentials, I do much better when I can pull inspiration from my bag of styling tricks quickly. So adding a few open shelves made that way easier.

I’ve already concluded that I’m a super hero for surviving my previous craft room at home and still managing to have any cute props in photos whatsoever before the studio came along. It’s night and day easier!

Funny story about these shelves. As it turns out I invited my brother over to help “clean up” the studio just before everything was getting photographed.

And it accidentally turned into 2.5 hours of him trying to find a way to drill through the thick metal studs in the walls to install the shelves just where I wanted them and patching the mistakes.

Basically, he loved every minute of helping me “clean”.

sugar and cloth studio tour

I wanted to incorporate some of my favorite DIY projects that I’d made before into the space. The Ikea hack bar cart had to be one of them.

I use it as another way to house props and add a bit of color and personality to the blank slate.

Meet Our Sugar & Cloth Photographer

sugar and cloth studio tour

Now let me introduce Jared. If you haven’t already met, he’s the guy behind the camera for most projects you see here on the blog as of lately.

Jared is one of the few people I know that stays as calm with an award winning poker face when I have accidental meltdowns over cupcakes and crafts here and there.

He also has a tough time acting natural in front of the camera. So you should all feel honored you get the chance to see him hold a frilly honeycomb while remaining calm.

It’s kind of the equivalent of capturing an image of a dressed up, endangered snow leopard.

sugar and cloth studio tour

A Few Other Fast Facts You May Not Know

— I get overly concentrated when it comes to DIY’ing and styling. So this in turn comes across like I’m just seriously rude and unfriendly, which isn’t actually the case (though that’s personal opinion)!

— This is the one dress I’ve ever splurged on. It’s MY DREAM summer white dress, and it was on super sale. Plus, I’ve worn it everyday since. Okay, not everyday, but really close.

— The first photo in this post is an accurate description of my belly laugh.

For some more scoop and how started Sugar & Cloth and lots of other details, you can read my full interview over on Glitter Guide!

sugar and cloth studio tour

 

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photos by Kimberly Chau

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  6. I love how clean it looks! You did great!
    Just wondering where you store all your props and unsightly mess.
    I have a hard time finding cute storage for my ‘junk’ , and any inspo might be awesome ;)

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  7. Beautiful studio! Happy to know that you’re in Houston producing such great content!

    xo,
    Melanie
    Pickles and Palmtrees
    www.picklesandpalmtrees.com

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  8. Your studio is absolutely beautiful! I love the light airy feel and soft colours.

    Jennifer Ashley
    www.prettylittledetails.ca

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  9. Love the Studio!!! Super super cute and bright. I just moved to Houston a few weeks ago and I have already discovered Tout Suite because of your instagram and I couldn’t be more excited.

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  10. Your studio is beautiful, Ash! And I love that photo of your and Jared together. You guys are the cutest. Also, I have a similar concentrating face when it comes to DIYing. Though, yours looks more friendly than mine. So kudos on that.

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