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We share an interior styling shoot at one of our clients beautiful Oxfordshire home. Words are by Denise Barkley for Oxfordshire Limited Edition Magazine, Interior photography by Sophie Carson

Fragrance, beauty and a sense of calm - there's so much that flowers can bring to your home. Whatever the occasion, filling your rooms with flowers will set the scene - beautiful, fragrant and full of impact they are the perfect accessory. For antique dealers Sally and Micheal,flowers are essential to enhancing the pure white and blush pink palette of their home decor.
Matthew and Gary are keen to show how putting flowers at the heart of home decor can evoke any theme, ranging from the decadent impact of rich reds to cool and calming hues of blue.
Fabulous flowers left no room empty, really focusing on the colour scent and texture and how this can change the entire emotional feelings to the surroundings.

Interior Styling

Interior Styling
Interior Styling

The first setting showcased low, wide flower arrangements with a faded coastal look and feel featuring back on trend pampas grass, spiky king protea and dried hydrangea- sea urchin shells dotted around the table added to beachy theme.


Interior Styling
Interior Styling

In the ultimate nod to romance, Sally and Michael's lovely vintage bath tub become a heavily scented floating carpet of pink and white flower heads, surrounded by candles, petals and pots of fragrant rosemary and lavender


Interior Styling
Interior Styling
Interior Styling

in a pale pink, green and white profusion, stunning ranunculus- also known as spring peony- roses, hydrangea and lisianthus combined to perfection in the second table setting arranged in pots and silvered vases of different heights and finishes.


Interior Styling
Interior Styling
Interior Styling
Interior Styling

The white spiral staircase was decorated with a garland of gysophila with a huge stone urn containing an extravagant cloud of the tiny pink white flowers - also known as baby's breath- at the foot. very pale blue and green vintage medicine bottles containing stems of deep pink ranunculus were arranged on the stairs and in silvered vases on the side tables in the bedroom


Interior Styling

Creative Team:
Sophie Carson - Photography
Denise Barkley- Editor, Oxfordshire limited edition magazine
Styling- Matthew Taylor and Gary Cooper

 

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