Tuesday, September 13, 2016
trend: Earth Tones - inspired by rustic, earthy textures and rich colour tones
which have emerged in organic jewellery and homeware design. Derived from raw materials such as pottery,
with colour tones from the hot
desert and Moroccan spices.
Manifested in a modern room, mixing
coppers and wood textures to complement the decorative painted wall. Our
photographic stylist used an earthy colour palette to represent hills and
natural rock. This is a great way to mix three contrasting colours in a fresh,
modern way to bring any dining room up to date with a unique feature wall and
accompanying tonal walls.
This project is a great example of our services at
Set Visions - from trend consultations through design services, and set design
worthy of any new look book or editorial with accompanying creative copy, to
the beautiful interior shot.
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Based around the Colour Block trend emerging across fashion and interior design worlds, graphic colour patterns liven up interiors with hints of the 60s and 70s. From music, to fashion, to interiors, there is a vivid collaboration of Retro with a thoroughly modern twist. The room set shouts ‘Modern-Meets-Retro’ with a bold, colour block feel for a fun, fresh room. Bold, angular shapes create a living room set with the sharp colours and props you’d expect in a functional, mid-century inspired room set design. It was key to use a combination of the retro sideboard furniture piece with a modern sofa make over, mixed with a new classic graphic rug.
The paint style was a feature wall with a mural of geometric shapes and lines. Our decorator masked off sections and selected four colours from the new retro range. No need for paintings or pictures with feature wall like this.
Set design by our in house photographic stylist Nina. Constructed in our photographic studio along with a variety of other lifestyle interior sets.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
our clients asked us to create must-try, home paint trends for 2016 - to forecast
and design fresh looks from their current paint range in a home décor roomset.
trend research from design exhibitions, our Head Photographic Stylist,
Nina, revelled in this project, and collaborated with one of our copywriters on
a write up about the origins and overall mood of the shots. From
the initial concept we worked with our set builder and decorators to
construct inspirational set designs in our photographic studio.
Over the coming weeks we’ll showcase each one and explain how to
create the look at home.
the dreamer in us all, with thoughts of Nordic shores and
unknown adventures. A variety of blues create a tonal wave of
balanced colour curling across the room. The serene lifestyle look of a
dreamy bedroom set design with its floating approach to a feature painted
wall, and soft colour range could transport anyone to a restful sleep.
Nordic Sky paint effect is a trine of tonal blue and sponge dab softened transitions.