Here’s Where to Rent a Daylight Studio in Brooklyn

Looking to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn to bring your creative vision to life? We’re happy to hear it since a list of killer Brooklyn daylight studios is what we share below! Whether you are looking for a rustic vibe, a contemporary embrace, or a colorful explosion of vibrant creative passion, one of these awe-inspiring places to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn will capture your attention.

So, let’s check out these Peerspace studios with the most amazing high-rise windows in the BK. Before you know it, you’ll be shooting glorious content within their four walls. Let’s get started!

1. Brooklyn’s sunniest studio

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This Bushwick studio calls itself Brooklyn’s sunniest, so we had to put it at the top of our list! In all seriousness, this lovely space is 1,400 square feet of modern industrial space that is the perfect setting for bringing your photo and video projects to life. It is a corner studio with wrap-around windows, ensuring tons of daylight enters the space. While here, you can use the onsite gear, props, plant life, and more for your shoot.

One of the best aspects of using Peerspace to rent spaces is that you can read reviews from past renters before booking a space. And this sunny Brooklyn studio is popular with local creatives! Here is one review example: “10/10, would return. The space was beautiful, and looked exactly as advertised. The lighting was great, they have tons of great props, and we’re super easy to work with.”

2. Archways to boundless creation

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We’re wild about this rustic brick-walled, arched window daylight studio in Clinton Hill! It’s a huge 3,800 square feet and was originally part of Brooklyn’s own Golden Pickle Work factory. It’s a corner studio space with a warm industrial vibe that is perfect for many creative projects. Thanks to its open layout and sparse setup, you can really let your imagination run wild here.

In the words of a Peerspace reviewer: “Awesome space, helpful host, worked well for our shoot.”

3. A mod-minimalist studio in Greenpoint

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This chic studio space in Greenpoint may be one of the most perfect options when you want to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn. It’s an all-white 900-square-foot space with 12-foot ceilings and one wall of windows. While here, you can make use of high-end furniture and professional gear rentals.

Check out the listing to see the full range of equipment and props you can use for your shoot. Better yet, this space is also popular for events, so consider booking it for a party, screening, workshop, or another social occasion, too.

4. A room filled with lights and plants

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Okay, we all see the grand piano, right? Now take a look; there’s more than one! And the crazy thing is that that’s not the most outstanding thing about this space, at the heart of Brooklyn in Kings County. Rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn like this one: the most refined plant-filled loft. The studio is brimming with vegetation.

And with all this sunlight, it is easy to see how that is possible. As any mother or father to plant life would understand, keeping things alive is not as easy as it seems. But with jaw-dropping curtains, mirrors, and white walls reflecting sunlight left, right and center; any shot is breath-taking before it even reaches the editors’ desk.

A Peerspace user who booked a music video here shared the following review: “The space was amazingly beautiful and bright, a lot of vintage pianos and decorations that made my music video shoot looking very nice! Isaac is very friendly, kind and easy to communicate, and such a piano lover so we could talk a lot! :)”

5. An urban industrial production space

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Creativity, refinement, and elegance. All of these are possible when you book time at this urban industrial studio in Sunset Park. It’s just over 950 square feet, and while it boasts a full wall of east-facing windows, it also provides you with blackout capabilities. If you’re bringing along a lot of gear, the on-site freight elevator will make that much easier.

Plus, the host offers thoughtful add-on rentals like steamers, ladders, paper backdrops, and more. While it’s an open space for you to use as you see fit, note that the host also has a library of props for you to decorate the space and bring your vision to life.

A brand owner who booked a production here shared the following review: “Great host, extremely accommodating. The space had everything we needed and more (GREAT SNACKS). Will be returning for another project for sure. Would recommend, A+.”

6. A bright and chic luxury loft

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This sun-drenched luxury loft in Clinton Hill is a bit different from our other daylight studios thus far. It is a 1,345-square-foot corner unit with a white, gold, and green color scheme that feels undeniably fresh and feminine. While the furnishings are upscale and eye-catching, they are modular, meaning the host is happy to move things around or out of the way completely to suit your creative vision.

A Peerspace user who booked a brand shoot here had this to say about the space: “My team and I booked our content shoot here back in July. We had various people accompanying us so we had a few schedule changes and Geneviève and her team were about to accommodate us. It was truly appreciated. Now for the space, it’s so versatile and modern. We were able to capture video and photos there that really helped us with the style we were going for. I would definitely book again- worth every penny!”

7. A studio where the sky’s the limit

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This Ocean Hill daylight warehouse loft is one of our favorites when you want to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn. It is 3,700 square feet and, since it takes up a full floor, has windows running along multiple walls. Add-on options include a hair and makeup mirror, custom-built sets, wardrobe racks, steamers, and more. The host offers similar spaces on other floors, too, so be sure to check out the listing for details. It’s definitely a cute spot for an event or a production.

8. The classically versatile Brooklyn studio

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Looking to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn that can suit a variety of needs? Then you need to see this adaptable studio space in Gowanus! It is 1,400 square feet of live/work space and has plenty of windows to let in sunlight during your production or event. The host has held photoshoots, documentary shoots, screenings, coworking events, rehearsals, and more here. There is also a good selection of photography gear for rent on-site, which is a welcome convenience for photographers.

As a Peerspace reviewer shares: “Really great space + a super helpful host. Jen was great to work with and was able to accommodate our team’s rebooking very smoothly. The space is great and exactly as described, the black out curtains on the windows were especially helpful. Load in and out was simple, wouldn’t hesitate to book again.”

9. A spacious creative playground

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At 700 square feet, this space is not like the monsters we have seen before. Yet, we have saved this until last for its uniqueness. Here, light is commanding. The other side of that window is an uninterrupted horizon of beauty that flows peacefully and tenaciously over white walls and brown hardwood flooring.

Check out what a Peerspace user shared after booking this studio: “This space was exactly what we needed for my mother’s birthday photo shoot. Karen was great in showing where all the equipment was and how to use it. There was so much great natural light. I would recommend this space to others.”

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As you can see, it can be fun and easy to rent a daylight studio in Brooklyn through Peerspace. And if you want more, more, more (and who doesn’t after seeing these studios?), then head to Peerspace to start your own search. New venues are added daily, so you just never know what hidden gem venue you’ll discover next!

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