Roots Reclaimed Studio Collective
Roots Reclaimed Studio Collective is about to open its unique shared working space in Grass Valley for photographers, wedding and event planners and make up artists. Nicole Wright’s vintage rental business outgrew its Nevada City warehouse and in the process of looking for a new space she decided to create a business that provides a shared work space, photography studio and warehouse. So if you’re a wedding photographer who needs a place to meet your clients, do a photo shoot or a quiet place with wi-fi and a coffee bar, perhaps a membership is perfect for you? For more information about the Studio Membership click here, there’s a special promotion if you join before September 30th (5 free credits each month and no processing fee). Curious to have a look around? Either stop by on Friday, August 22nd between 10-4 or mark your calendar for their Open House/Vintage Furniture Sale Labor Day weekend (Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4). Roots Reclaimed Studio is located at 603 Mill Street, next door to the Swiss House. In addition the Studio will also be hosting DIY workshops and the first one is a string art class, but I’ve got a giveaway to the upcoming calligraphy class by Pigment and Parchment on October 11th (click here to see more photos from a previous workshop). Additional classes will included the talented Thistle and Honey floral crowns and cocktails by the Gold Dust Collective, information on workshops coming to the website soon. Please post a comment on this blog post and I’ll draw a winner for a free spot in the Calligraphy class on Monday, September 1st.
© 2014 InnSide Nevada City, Photos by Erin Thiem and Jen Howell/ New Vintage Photography (Pigment and Parchment photos) and Nicole Dianne Photography (Thistle and Honey Floral photos)
Stunning photos Erin !!!!!!!
Thanks Peggy, perhaps we should do a stylized ice cream photo here?
I think the shared workspace concept is fantastic!
Agreed… and did you catch the part about the coffee bar- if you decided to break out of your home office and change careers.
What a unique exciting idea! I made my first chalkboard sign for a wedding recently and loved the process! I’m wanting to learn more!
Gotta check this place out! Sounds really interesting, and the calligraphy class sounds fabulous! Great pics!
Love Hub technology. Not only are coffee breaks more enjoyable in shared work spaces, but more things actually get done during them!! Community sure is productive…
What a great idea. I’m re-inventing myself – exploring graphic design, calligraphy, and photography. This place definitely sounds like a fun place to check out!
Congrats for being my winner, have a great time at the class!
I would love to take this class.
Great pics- looks like a fun space! Too bad I’m not local… 😉
I love Roots Reclaimed and Nicole’s gutsy vision! And, thank you, Erin, for continuing to cover all the great new stuff that happens in our area. P.S. Please don’t include me in the drawing for the calligraphy class; it needs to go to someone with at least a smidge of talent!
Looks like a very fun place!
The classes do sound interesting! Great pics – as usual!
This looks beautiful. I want to win!
Thanks for the comment Darci, should be a fun new spot.
Wow, how very cool! Looks like a fun and inspiring new adventure-space!
I’d also love to attend the Pigment and Parchment workshop- I’ve been anxious to get into one of her calligraphy/hand lettering lessons.
That blush tufted settee is divine!
Wow! Looks like a fabulous workshop. Fun.
Alicia is correct, I’m heading out tomorrow to check out this store…thanks for the great photos as well Erin…
The classes look so fun. Wondering if there is a creative and talented artist hidden deep, deep down inside me. I am so analytical I now get a zero on creativity when I take the Myers-Briggs test :/
What a great concept!! Love it!
This looks like an awesome space!
I’m so proud of Nicole and Beth for putting this together! It’s such a fabulous space!
I think it’s great that so many people have figured out how to create a shared space to follow their passion and avocations. This sounds great.