Warm and simple Christmas
Christmas is already round the corner and we want to show you one of the last projects we realized this year. In this occasion we worked with Paula Dietz and we transformed her photography studio to a living room/dining room, with furniture and atrezzo of Nordic brands. The color pallet chosen for this editorial were neutral colors trying to run away from the typical combination of white, red and green. The colors we worked with were white, cru, toasted and a touch of black, a touch of sophistication. Red only appear in some decoration of the living room and the presents next the Christmas tree. The tissues are natural fibers like linen, cotton and wool (pillow, tablecloths, blanket) in order to give more confort to the space.
Simplicity and warmth were the qualities we were looking for the table design and the living room design in general. Oh Fleurs did a great job with the floral center. It was fresh, in a base of terracotta matte finished. It was composed of branches of different trees and with tonalities of different greens but we dit not use pine and spruce branches on purpose. The tableware that we used was Módena charger and Grenoble crockery, elegance, warmth and handicraft. The flatware was in matte cooper and the glassware was provenzal. The napkins were tied with a black leather cord and we put on them a little branch of the flower center.
What can not be missed for Christmas? Sweets! Lolita Bakery brought a lot and they were delicious. Cookies with form of stars of honey and ginger, different chocolate and caramels bars, toffee, a Christmas tree, an apple cake decorated with a lemon glaced, another cake of vainilla with almond cream and many more… Oh fleurs did also a Christmas crown formed with two different structures of branches.
I hope it will inspire you to decorate your home.
Photographer: Paula Dietz | Planning, Art Direction: Cañigueral | Tableware: Cañigueral | Arte floral: Oh Fleurs | Cakes: Lolita Bakery
Published: All Lovely Party, Mi Casa (part I), Mi Casa (part II)