If you've been following us on Facebook or Twitter you may have noticed that last Wednesday the 7th November, we had our first Mora Approved product photo shoot (which explains why it's been so quiet on the blogging front lately - I've been busy getting those beautiful images out into the public!).
And now, after a bit more than week since the shoot, I'm pleased to be able to unveil the photos from our shoot!
Foreground: Duck Egg Blue Spoon Rest
Left: Our ideal living room! Right: A vintage vacation! Top to bottom:
On the walls: Various vintage PRRINT! Prints
Light: Pavel Sidorenko Easy Lamp
Right (top to bottom, L-R):
Part of our Hukka Design Oy Soapstone range.
Left: Whiskey Icecube Set
Left: An inviting hallway! Right: The L'Officina range, close-up.
Table L-R: 1) PRRINT! Moustache print
Our beautiful L'Officina Ceramic Range
Some of our favourites!
Picture: Joho! Studio Every Year Calendar
Serving Dish: Side By Side Cow Serving Dish
Tealight: Side By Side Windlight
Cushions (all Paleolochic): 1) Neon geometric striped linen cushion
And here are some behind-the-scenes shots from shoot day! We had a ball at our stylist Laura's beautiful apartment in South Croydon. Props to our lovely and hard-working photographer Caroline, who managed to do 10 winning shots in a day!
Top L-R: The hallway shot, Our photographer Caroline setting up, We fell in love with Laura's vintage typewriter!
Bottom L-R: Shooting the shelves, Me shooting the photographer, shooting Laura, Our stock all laid out, ready for their close up!
Left: Me, our moustache print and Laura's top hat. Right: Our creative team - Caroline our photographer and Laura, our stylist!
We're so excited to be able to show you our product in a home setting - we think the photos turned out marvelously and really highlights the versatility and beauty of our product range. You'll be seeing these images across our site, our Facebook page, Pinterest, Svpply, and any marketing material that might come your way! We hope you like the shots and that you share the love!
Styling: Laura Sawyer
Photography: Caroline Gavazzi