A collaborative shoot is one of our own styling initiatives to highlight products and brands we love. It allows us to be innovative and creative guided by our own enthusiasm and Dutch spontaneity. We believe in the strength of combining different brands, products and players, from well known companies to upcoming creatives.
The starting point for this collaborative shoot was this gorgeous Krethaus Nido bed. The combination of natural alder wood, the high headboard and the clever boxes at the end make it a perfect bed for growing kids. The bed can be used for toddlers, and when removing the boxes, its perfect for bigger kids.
After the last two settings, a nursery and a girls’ room, we wanted to portray a gender neutral setting which could be an inspiration for a shared room.
By balancing out the color pallet and bringing in playful elements, it can work both ways making it really playful and unique.
We are proud to share with you something that only a few years ago was far beyond our wildest dreams.
When we were asked to be the Art Director for styling the Jotun Kids Collection we knew it would push us to create something we had never done before, we knew we needed to think big. It gave us the opportunity to work with a great team of professionals and creatives. It allowed us to grow.
You gotta love a good wall paper. Wall paper can make a fantastic statement wall therefore we often propose it in designs we make for our clients to compliment paint.
When Jimmy Cricket approached us again to take care of the styling for the launch of her new jungle design, we could not wait to get started. We have worked with Jimmy Cricket before for her collaboration with Pax and Hart for the One Fun Day and Bunny wall paper. Her latest jungle design is right up our street. As a bonus she mentioned the set up would need to be vibrant, colorful with lots of lush greens… Hey! That’s just how we like it!
Working with Pax and Hart is a dream job and we are so grateful to get the chance to work again for this talented lady from all the way Down Under, creating a concept and styling the shoot for her 10 newest prints.
This time around we decided to keep it robust yet simple setting with a bit of a moody feel.
We started off with leaving our basement wall for what it is. This least inspiring place of the house has proven to be so good for photo shoots. Together with some circles in divers colours the subtle and simple setting was done.