A little backstory -
When moving into our new space we discovered that bright red floors, while cool, are very hard to photograph with...and get rid of. After some debate as to whether we should tile, carpet, or build a platform over the red for shoots, we decided that re-painting the concrete was probably the best idea for permanence and quality. It took more than a few coats for the red to stop glowing through and casting a faint orange-ish shadow over all the things we tried to photograph. You can see the final result -
Sally was the first to test our new floors for vignettes, and we think it went perfectly! Here's a little taste of the action-
Arriving in our loading dock-
Sally and her team getting to work - pictured is our Cees Braakman for Pastoe Bookcase with a Built-in Desk and a Gerard van den Berg Leather and Rattan chair for Montis
Sally is a clever one - I mean who wouldn't want a massive amount of mid-century gems at their fingertips whenever they're shooting??
Here's a glimpse at another - Bethany Nauert was photographing for Sally! Pictured is our Pierre Pauling Mushroom and Ottoman F560 & P561 and Kartell Style 70's Acrylic Coat Rack. Artwork and accessories all found at Home Goods a la Sally.
Also, I want this cactus-plant. Excuse the massive size of the picture, but I wanted you to see how it's a cactus...but with leaves. How cool.