Friday, October 9, 2015
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Here’s a look at this Month’s - fresh from our Stylist Reena Dhupar.
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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Where others see the Dismal
- at Set Visions we seek inspiration.
We are celebrating the passing of the wettest August on record with a compilation of some of the beautiful home interior and innovative design objects we’ve spotted amongst our creative sources.
Coming up next… Indian Summer?
Duffy London Abyss Table
Water Ripple Lamp by Poetic Lab
Crashing Glass Wave Vessels by Marsha Blaker and Paul DeSomma
Illustration by Kelvin Kottke
Drip, Drop… Jewelry by Luisa Bruni
River Occasional Table by Greg Klassen
Ferrolic - Digital meets nature
Beautiful sculptures by Ben Young
A quirky sculptural aquarium - Takuro Yamamoto’s World Trip
Layered glass sculptures by Niyoko Ikuta
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
In the last few weeks we've been marvelling at the the marble trend.
The marble trend has been gaining pickup from a host of creative interiors designers and our creative sources have revealed some rather nice examples. Marvel the marble, as curated buy our in-house trend spotting stylists and creatives.
Marble-like gilded glass
Nero Portoro carved and gilded glass by Stuart Fox
Marble Shelf unit
Modern Marble Decorative Interiors
When interior meets fashion the marble trend
Friday, July 31, 2015
We’ve seen a wealth of lovely inspirational imagery recently that fits with the ‘see through chic’ trend.
“The origin of this trend stems from a highly tech ruled world where we feel increasingly scanned. In today’ s life we face a constant correlation of security and surveillance with the human body being scanned at an airport when we travel, while interacting on the internet or tracked by hidden street cameras.”
“It is a movement that invites to discover and explore in a different way, like looking underneath the surface and being marvelled.”
“The trend is translated into fashion with cloudy and light-as-air transparencies, layering of blurry x-rayed images on tulle, peekaboo panels on silk and airy fabrics with a feel of lightness and delicacy.
Applied colours are b&w and charcoal with a stronger accent and referring to radiographs, whereas in fashion, this trend is decoded with more feminine shades with the aim to underline transparency and softness in Pale Pink, Blush, Eggplant, Aqua and Taupe."
“You ‘ll find this trend mainly in photography, art, graphic design and fashion.”
Indeed you will – and here are some amazing examples we’ve spotted recently:
Lifesize sewn fabric sculptures by Do Ho Suh
This summer’s Serpentine Pavillion
Photographer Guillaume Amat places mirrors into industrial and natural landscapes to look both beyond and behind
Transparent tunnels transform this courtyard
Blu Dot Hot Mesh Chair
String rainbows thread art installations
Futuristically illuminated undergarments
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Our creative team of stylists, photographers and CGI artists are constantly scouring the internet for inspiration. Our regular ‘Creative Sources’ blog posts package up all the recent articles and images from various online sources that have inspired - us - our work - and now… hopefully you.
This week it’s all about ‘Simple, Clever, Cool’ - all the simple, clever, cool interiors products that have caught our eye. We can't wait to use some of these for inspiration for upcoming lifestyle photography and CGI.
A simple, clever solution to making IKEA furniture a whole lot cooler and individual
A very clever and compact desk solution
A rather clever and stylish wall mounted lamp
A cool combination of materials in these wood & aluminium sideboards
Simple use of a simple yet beautiful material
A cool approach to some warm, wall mounted lighting
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
At this historic moment, as the first close up pictures of Pluto are beamed to us from NASA’s New Horizon's Space Craft we thought we’d share some of our ‘Cosmic’ styling inspirations.
The ‘Cosmic’ trend has been breaking over the last year – you can see it within fashion (see below) – and below we’ll show you some of the home décor and interiors influenced by a new wave of excitement in our universe.
What with the release of Interstellar last year – and the new Star Wars later this year – and oh, wait a minute, in the real (out of this) world – Rosetta mission's comet landing, and the climax of a 3 billion mile journey to the furthest (demoted) planet Pluto… The cosmos is in our consciousness…
We hope you like some of these great objects, artefacts and inspirational images.
Home / objects
Out of this world rugs
Inspiring Photography & Imagery
Abandoned Russian Space Shuttle
A galaxy in a coffee cup
An E.T. inspired fashion shoot
Some alienesque nebula neon models
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
We’ve spotted some rather gorgeous wall textures amongst our Creative Sources this week.
Soft squares and rectangles
Textile texture tiling from Mutina
A touch of 3D geometric
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
The ‘Geometric’ trend has been one that we’ve been utilising when styling for some of our lifestyle product photography and CGI photography.
It has a simple complexity that demonstrates a considered approach to interior design – and one that many of our design led client’s customers aspire to recreate.
Here’s some squares, circles, triangles, lines, pyramids, repeated patterns etc. from our favorite blogs and internet sources that have ‘drawn’ our attention over the last week.
Bold and bright colours are also amongst our current trend focuses – combined with these geometric lines – these ceramics are gorgeous!
Who would have thought food could be so beautiful. Which is your favorite cube?
Small yet perfectly geometrically formed – Electrictrends’ Micro Trend article covers some perfect props for geometric styling.
Monday, June 22, 2015
Largely popularised by Tom Dixon, Copper has been in the shiny spotlight for interiors for quite some time now -
it’s an essential prop for adding a touch of luxury to our photography and CGI
But… our ‘Creative Sources’ point out a skip around
the Periodic Table. Brass and Bronze are
the new essential luxurious elements.