When I first received the phone call from Emma at Miss Bush, she talked to me about Park Avenue Princesses oozing elegance and style in a palette of grey and yellow. I immediately loved the sound of her vision and a million and one ideas started to form about how we could carry this off.
As always, I let the ideas mull around in my head for a bit and started to collect inspiration from around the web and it dawned on me that we could have lots of fun with the New York theme and the contemporary colour palette.
It was about a week later that the Fifth Avenue and Tribeca styles began to clearly form and I started to work up ideas for both of the concepts in order to create two distinct rooms in the boutique, showcasing style and design ideas for each, from a range of suppliers.
I wanted Fifth Avenue to represent the luxe and stylish side of New York. It needed to be soft, elegant and feminine, whilst also offering ideas which were accessible to all.
I started to research ideas and a clear colour scheme began to form…light grey, pale yellow, and some texture thrown in for good measure…
I hope to be able to share the photographs taken by the very talented Juliet McKee very soon, which show the room design – from tablescape to supplier displays – in minutae detail, as well as providing more detail on all of the suppliers involved…but for a great overview, head on over to Rock My Wedding.
I hope you like it!
Clockwise from top left…
Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign | MPLS St Paul
Bedroom Mirror & Curtains | Design Sponge
Charger Plate | Zara Home
Calligraphy | The Left Hand Calligrapher
Macarons | Mactweets
Tablescape | Reverie Magazine