A pottery studio longing made possible
Canberra resident, Leanne, had her eye on a garden studio for a number of years, with the Melwood’s attractive designs appealing to her the most. “I just liked the ‘look’ of the Melwood range compared to others at that time on the market,” she tells us.
Then the time came for her to start ramping up her creative endeavors. “Having a space at home was essential for this,” says Leanne.
So, finally justified to invest in her dream garden room, her Melwood journey began.
Every Greenspan journey begins with a Discovery Call with one of our experienced Design Solutioneers. Just as the name suggests, this initial discussion is an opportunity to explore ideas, discuss needs, and tap into our experienced team’s extensive knowledge.
For Leanne, this process was invaluable. Despite longing for a Melwood for years, she wasn’t sure exactly what she wanted in her new creative oasis. There are numerous designs to choose from, and just as many options to further customise and personalise. Achieving the perfect space can initially appear to be an overwhelming undertaking. But that’s where Greenspan’s collaborative design process shines.
Personalised pottery studio perfection
We’re only satisfied when our customers are delighted. Leanne’s path to the perfect art studio was a collaborative effort of designing, consulting and refining until she was happy.
“The people that I engaged with were fantastic and very patient,” recalls Leanne, “I wasn’t really sure what I wanted and as a result changed my mind a bit!”
And just to make sure, Leanne’s Design Solutioneer travelled to Canberra to assess her backyard and ensure optimal placement and sizing.
Pottering in the pottery studio
Now completed, Leanne’s Melwood garden studio has become an essential creative sanctuary. “Without a space, it is really difficult to fully immerse yourself in a creative process,” Leanne explains.
And it has contributed to her success as a flourishing artist. The peaceful garden setting provides the perfect environment to throw pots and sculpt clay masterpieces. “It’s a place I can just be and certainly inspired me to put in the work to develop my skills as a potter,” continues Leanne.