I've just spent the last few days styling the new beds and linens shots for Feather & Black's spring brochure which as well as working with the lovely F&B team is also a great chance to see what inspiring new products will be in the shops soon - the Sienna Sofa (see the shot with model below) is such a great looking piece of furniture teaming french style chic with a great high street price and a personal favourite is the new gigantic Fulham upholstered bed which would be just the thing for a bit of wow factor in your bedroom -
Lovely Creative Director Andrew shocked us all by turning up on the shoot with his rather strange looking Movember moustache and beard combo - but after our initial shocked expressions and plenty of laughter we all got down to work... I hope you like reading about Andrew's account of the day on the shoot and try not to stare at his self portrait!
Saturday, 26 November 2011
Wednesday, 9 November 2011
Looking at the Natural History Origin of Style site (see previous post) led me to this amazing work from Helen Musselwhite which really is worthy of a good stare for at least five minutes per image just to take in all the intricate detail and beautiful workmanship. I do love a paper cut and Helen's work will be on my ever growing wish list of purchases... http://www.helenmusselwhite.com - or perhaps i should be off to Hobbycraft to get a scalpel and paper ....
I know we should all be starting (or finishing) our Christmas shopping but I wouldn't mind a sneaky purchase for myself (or loud hint for xmas prezzies) from any of the beautiful things on the Natural History Origin of Style Collection From cushions to wall hangings and notebooks (could almost inspire me to pen a Period Drama) - each item is just beautiful - good for a bit of ooh factor on a rainy morning. http://origin-of-style.com/homewares/products.php?section=Home%20Accessories