Pigeon Study - Farrow & Ball
Together with our stylists, we scoured flea markets, trawled friend’s boutiques and even searched our own homes to find the perfect pieces for our new advertising creative. There’s a story behind every object, click on it to find out more.
Yves Desk borrowed from our friends at Pinch design.
Archive - Darker and warmer than Joa's White, this colour would normally be seen as a buff and not an off-white unless used with strong dark colours. Floor Paint finish.
Holland park chair borrowed from our friends at Pinch design.
Jug - Kindly loaned by Kim Donaldson of Blue Leaf Ceramics, Bath
Contore chaise borrowed from our friends at Pinch design.
Pigeon - Based on late 18th and 19th century paint sections. Estate Emulsion finish.
We travelled to Covent Garden Flower market, arriving at 5am to get the best stems!
Picture through internal window .... Antique market, Shepton.
Brassica - An aged darker version of Calluna. This colour comes alive when combined with Calluna or Pelt. Estate Eggshell finish.
Junk mail, at the house upon arrival, mainly addressed to previous owners
Photograph on top of internal window - Junkshop 'Found' photo.
Framed photograph loaned to us by artist, mark Clarke. It’s a pic of his parents on their wedding day Jim and Ruby Clarke, Belfast 1956.