Behind the Scenes with Britt Bass Turner
February 19, 2015
United States
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A life filled with color, creativity and a super cute dog is a life well spent in my humble opinion and I think Britt Bass Turner  would agree. Through the images of Kathryn McCrary, we're catching a glimpse of STUDIO STUDIO. It's the cozy spot where Britt creates those wildly beautiful paintings of hers, holds fun Studio Sessions (click here for a glimpse) and carves out a little time to chat about life, work and wearing bras. Click here for more!
SMP: Some words you live by?
"Comparison is the thief of joy." Theodore Roosevelt

SMP: Any guilty pleasures?
HBO's Girls

SMP: What is your favorite item in your home?
This changes with each new acquisition, naturally, but right now it's a giant 4x4' weaving made by my childhood best friend and talented artist Liv Grant of Liv + Work
SMP: What's your best tip for balancing work and personal life?
Work is a part of life, but not life. Work is a part of my identity but not my identity. These two truths drive my decision making, help me to create boundaries, and allow me to remove the emotion and separate work and personal life, this is crucial and so important to me!

SMP: What is the hardest lesson in business you've ever learned?
Learning how to say NO, I'm still practicing!!

SMP: What color do you think will stand the test of trend time?
All the colors! I have no trend time! Every color is the best!
SMP: If you could buy yourself a single gift of any cost, what would it be?
Unlimited massages! Yes please.

SMP: Three things every home should have?
A dog, a growing art collection, fresh flowers

SMP: Your secret to success?
No fear!
SMP: Best moment of your career so far:
Opening party of STUDIO STUDIO.

SMP: What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?
Never wear a bra, and always where a robe while sipping champagne.

SMP: Your favorite instagrammers?
@moeblake, @carolinebrewer
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SMP: What's one thing you really want to do, but have never done?
Get a tattoo! Don't tell my in-laws!

SMP: The best advice you've ever received?
Only you can be you, so do you.

SMP: Where do you see yourself in five years?
Painting in a white studio with lots of natural light, maybe a few more puppies, in a robe with a glass of champagne....