A Soap Making Studio

One Comment | Dec 20, 2017 |  Building of the Month

Kimberly Bien’s company, Salted Sanctuary Soaps, got too big for her kitchen table. With no extra storage room in her home and a growing order list, she needed room to expand. A fresh start in a new backyard studio turned out to be the perfect solution.

The interior of the soap making studio under construction.

“We were remodeling our home and when we got to the room that was going to be my office, my husband suggested something bigger,” says Kimberly. With a new plan in mind, she got to work researching backyard studios. Kimberly knew she wanted something modern but had no idea that Tuff Shed had a style that would fit what she had in mind. “I thought Tuff Shed only sold storage sheds. I had no clue that you could customize the buildings to be anything you wanted.” When she discovered our Premier PRO Studio, she knew it was exactly what she wanted.

The Soap Making Premier Pro Studio
The interior of the soap making studio.

While she browsed through our blog and Pinterest pages, Kimberly found that her future studio could be an ideal modern workspace. “I basically started designing my dream kitchen. I’m very visual and my husband is a minimalist, so this studio became my place to spread out.” As soon as her 10×16 Premier PRO Studio was installed, Kimberly started implementing her design ideas.

Kimberly’s desk in the soap making studio.

It’s evident that her creativity took the spotlight when finishing out the studio. With granite countertops, subway tile, laminate flooring, and modern style elements, she’s created a great, functional workspace. “My goal was to have a super relaxing, ‘Zen’ space,” says Kimberly, “It’s an awesome place to work and relax.” You can learn more about Kimberly’s company on her website here: http://www.saltedsanctuarysoap.com/.

 

One thought on “A Soap Making Studio

  1. I like this space. I am planning on creating an outdoor laundry room/slash yoga (relaxation) spot for myself. How did you coordinate having plumbing and electrical installed? Also, I have concrete already in place but was advised that I still may need to have something built for underneath. Was this your experience as well?

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