you’ve seen happy habitat by karrie kaneda on the blog before. i had the pleasure of working with karrie again when she called to say she was in need of new images for a couple of upcoming blog features. we chose an outdoor location for our last shoot. this time, i went to her studio to capture her in her element.
karrie designs the most amazing, colorful, and eco-friendly textiles. everything is machine-washable and items range from 50×60″ throws to iPad sleeves. i absolutely love karrie’s work – i have one of her throws in my bedroom and showcase a few of her pillow covers during the holidays.
i would be remiss if i didn’t thank the best assistant ever. miss phoebe did an excellent job of holding our calls and taking messages while we worked. phoebe, give me a call when your parents tell you its time to get a job!
i always look forward to opportunities when i can connect with and promote other local, small businesses. karrie inspires me on so many levels – she is a mom, a small business owner, and an entrepreneur at heart. be sure to look for happy habitat by karrie kaneda blog features on made in the middle and meg biram.
makeup by sarah dilks, beauty stylist at nordstrom oak park