Taking cues from the artistic opulence of the Rococo period while infusing modern décor and floral design, creatives Roos Jooren, Edénique and Something Borrowed Something New bring us a moment of mood and drama; a shoot coalescing the contemporary with the antique for a uniquely romantic reception.
Within a 17th Century residence in The Netherlands, timeworn walls clad in embellished wallpaper frame an ornate wooden table, elegantly styled. Juxtaposing the historic and moody ambience of the location, blush-toned tulle and silken runners accompany delicate candles and feminine blooms, drawing the eye and lightening the space. Modern cutlery and glassware elevate the setting, illuminated by the soft, warm glow of candlelight.
A focal feature of florals suspends strikingly against the sepia-hued backdrop, blending fresh and dried blooms of intriguing textures and varying lengths. A palette of dreamy pinks and light neutrals balance the dark, desaturated walls, while small clusters of white arrangments decorate shadowed corners, tieing into the overall aesthetic.
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