Have you ever stumbled across an artist’s work and become instantly moved or captivated? Well, the Pink Verbena team has and we couldn’t wait to share with you all the wonderful works of artist and interior designer, Sally Bennet of Mirth Studio.
A visionary, Sally was inspired to create Mirth Studio after purchasing her Charleston home. Wanting to customize her new house with painted floors, she searched for a product that met her needs and her personal tastes. The quest for the perfect flooring option eventually led her to one conclusion – – there wasn’t a product on the market that offered her the color or warmth she desired. Thus, Mirth Studio was born.
An opportunity to create a first of its kind – – beautifully painted, easy to install, wooden floor tiles presented itself via the inception of Mirth Studio. Teaming up with a wood floor manufacturer, Sally’s innovative idea sprang to life. What started out as a home décor solution for her has since turned into a great design option for us all.
The ability to create the room or event of your dreams with Mirth Studio’s wooden floor tiles is remarkable! They offer options for virtually any space. Their product line includes patterned hardwood tiles, wallpaper, peel and stick flooring, wall tiles and portable flooring (great for weddings or trade show events). So, you see, the possibilities are endless. Create a unique back splash for your kitchen, wall art, a stunning foyer floor – – Are you a Renter? Use the temporary flooring options to make your space one-of-a-kind.
The color combinations Sally creates commands your attention and holds it there. Mirth offers a wide array of styles for every palette. Everything from geometric designs to lively floral prints.
The inspired artistry Mirth Studio yields is breathtaking and it all begins with Sally’s creative vision. We think everyone deserves to live in a home, a welcoming space that they love. Creating a connection between you and that space is a key part of that. Watch the video segment below from NBC’s Open House and see how Sally creates that connection at home for her family and herself.