We always love discovering the different ways our clients are able to transform the look and feel of our prop rental items. In this editorial for the Sunday Times Style magazine, featuring television presenter Maya Jama, set designer Tobias Blackmore uses a selection of wooden midcentury pieces from our furniture hire collection to compliment the vivid red backdrop.
Here, Maya elegantly lays across our midcentury Danish rosewood dining table, dressed in a red leather pant suit, accentuating the tones of both the rosewood and richly coloured set design.
In this image, Maya poses against our midcentury style rattan wooden bar stool from our seating hire collection, styled in a contrasting white gown.
With a harmonious palette of red tones throughout, the contrasting materiality becomes a feature. Matte leather, glossy plastics, and reflective rosewood juxtapose and fuse together, creating an alluring photoshoot.
A unique set design can often change the feel and tone of a piece of furniture. At Granger Hertzog we also enjoy refreshing parts of our furniture hire collection by reworking past styles, and always encouraging reinvention and rediscovery!