I just adore these flowers! And the lovely colour of jug they’re in. It’s so unusual to see a cage used like this and very impressive for a photo diptych.
Just beautiful! The use of burlap to add an extra depth of texture was very clever. This crumble looks delicious and I would love to own some bakeware that is polka dot!
These strawberries also look delicious! I think I will have to get some random pieces of wooden boards and pallets to paint as interesting photo backdrops. I will master photography styling. Even if it kills me! Having Ira as my inspiration should certainly help!
What type of flowers are these? (In the very first photograph) Lilacs? I love that mug! So much visual interest in these images. I am taking notes of the different textures, props and camera angles being used ^_^
These flowers are just beautifully arranged! Such pretty spring time colours. I can’t help but have a big smile on my face when I look at photos like these!
Don’t these summer berries look delicious? I like the use of the basket on a painted wooden table. It adds an extra bit of interest to the image.
This is indeed very dreamy. I love it. Maybe I need another coffee table!? Eventhough I only replaced my coffee table quite recently… I could just adhere some painted wood at the top.
I love this photograph! Those scissors are fabulous. And the bright green twine is just perfect for the colours in the stems. The different shades of purple work perfectly in this image and surprisingly so does the direct sunlight and shadows.
An excellent example of great styling. If this had been me, I would not have had the foresight to add a napkin under the colander or a smaller little mug of similar coloured berries. All of which make the styling perfect. I wouldn’t have thought about adding the ribbon either. All of these points are essential for me to remember!
I LOVE this tray and I love the notebook too. I think I must treat myself to another cath kidston mug.
Just pretty arrangements in the garden!
I love the colour peach and I never would have put it in a green vase. I would have gone for white, but against white that just wouldn’t work. I need some coloured glass vases to choose from. I’ve been collecting white for too long!
I need some of these lovely hanging vases! They could hang in my kitchen ^_^
A great arrangement here, with added interest in the corners and at the bottom of the frame. The similar colours in the flowers and jug in the background just marry perfectly with the blooms in the bottom corner.