A lot of hard work and planning goes into every Plumbs photo shoot, whether that be in the studio, or out on location, so we thought we’d give you a behind the scenes look as we shoot our Botanical Garden fabric at a beautiful stately home.
Built in 1856 and set in 51 acres, Chester, Hinderton Hall is a grade 11 listed family home and the perfect setting for a Plumbs photo shoot.
Our Stylist, Photographer and Product Marketing Manager went along on the day to shoot 3 of our fabrics against this beautiful backdrop.
Photographer Tony Morgan explains the creative process behind the shoot:
“The Hinderton Hall shoot provided various photographical challenges due to the diverse nature of the building. A combination of natural and artificial light sources enhanced the different textures and design of the fabrics, whilst creating a pleasing aesthetic atmosphere.”
Jenny Stirzaker our stylist explains her inspiration for the shoot:
“The powder mint walls act as a fresh and delicate backdrop to the pretty Botanical Garden design. Inspiration is taken from the deep pink of the Chrysanthemum flower in the form of scatters, with ivory cream added to freshen the look.
Rich gold silk curtains draped with opulent rope tie-backs add a sophisticated edge and complement the intricate beading on the walls.”
The finished image! This Botanical Garden fabric in Soft Blue looks beautiful especially now all the elements have been pulled together. The spectrum of pinks used and the contrasting stripes scatters helps add a sense of unity to the look. The cream and gold brings out the colours of the flowers in the fabric and ties the whole look together.
To recreate this feminine look in your home Contact Plumbs today, and we can talk you through all the different co-ordination options available.