Do you have in mind the feeling of find yourself immersed into an atmosphere of yesteryear where rustic furnishings are warmed by wildflowers and blush colors?
I hope I 've got the idea of the mood this renovated photo studio
in a country chic style conveys.
It all started from the photographer's idea:
to make the studio an environment in line with the portraits she made.
Lavender fields, flowery meadows, bucolic and romantic scenarios,
are the settings of her portraits ...
from here we tried to find the same atmosphere, the same mood to renew the interiors
from a previously more technical and anonymous photographic studio.
As soon as you enter the studio,
which can be seen from the outside through a bright window,
you will see a first reception area characterized by furnishings designed
and made to measure by us, and by the paintings depicting
the portraits enhanced by spotlights and soft colors
as in a art Gallery.
From this first area, you'll find two powder pink velvet curtains that lead to two private spaces,: the post-production area and the photo set.
In the photographic set area you will find the continuation of
the warm wooden floor and the romantic furnishings ..
an environment that will pamper you and put you at ease during the photo shoot.
From the photographic set you can glimpse a mysterious space
characterized by a powder velvet curtain ...
this space was initially a warehouse, where we decided to use this pink curtain to cover the shelves and therefore create an anteroom and a changing room.
In this image we see the scenic effect of the pink velvet curtain
that completely covers the walls of the changing room.
From the changing room you enter into the restroom,
the place where this romanticism is expressed in its maximum form:
a wallpaper with floral elements, handcrafted tiles for the floor and for the walls,
gold details and a beautiful old-fashioned washbasin .
The restroom is inspired by the toilette of yesteryear,
romantic and cared for in every detail.
A floral detail of the wallpaper.
Foto F.B.4 di Denis Ballarin e Diana Palù