A sunbeam streams through a window, changing the colors of every surface in the room and casting a lace of shadows across the floor. There is an emotional charge to every object and furnishing you see; a function, a provenance, a humanity. You feel not just sheltered, but anchored, and when you’re not here, you feel the pull to return again and again. This is the highest expression of “place,” to be fully supported in your purpose and potential.
To distill and create this feeling – unique to every person and every environment – is the life’s work of Tatum Kendrick, and why she founded Studio Hus.
Studio Hus is, in absolute terms, an interior design firm. We specialize in projects that blend a historical context with modern vigor. But it’s also an approach. We believe that interior design can be fine art, but also live and breathe – it shouldn’t feel bad to move a chair or let a child go wild on an art project. We like when things are a little off center, aged or worn, and we see beauty in many forms: the aching poetry of an antique door, the long, elegant veining in marble or the raw sensuality evoked by the right shade of cranberry.We believe that spaces are biographies – of people playing, dreaming, struggling and prevailing – and where we choose to spend our time and what those settings look and feel like, can change a mind, a day, or everything.