Ashley Morrison's Blog

January 4, 2013

From 60’s groovy…

Filed under: Work Rest & Play. — Ashley Morrison @ 1:07 pm
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.. to classic simplicity.

Just before the end of last year, I shot Marie’s recently renovated 60’s house for a Christmas magazine feature, in one of the national publications. So at the start of the year, we decided to shoot a few of the other rooms for smaller features on ‘How to create the look’ – to show readers what can be done.

The en suite in her master bedroom was perfect for this – so we kicked of the New Year by shooting it.

I’ve got to say, I smiled when Marie first showed me around the house, because I knew that groovy yellow bathroom suite…
ensuite1024
.. with those tiles, would be the first things to go 🙂

Having said that, it was interesting to note that she didn’t actually need to change the layout…
Ensuite in Marie and Alan McMillen's renovated 1960's home near Belfast.
.. making it therefore quite cost effective – and I personally like the fact that it’s very simple and not too girly too…
Ensuite in Marie & Alan McMillen's renovated 1960's home near Belfast.

However, if there’s one thing I’ve learned for shooting homes, is that everyone has their own taste & style – so beauty is very much ‘in the eye of the beholder’ – and that’s what makes our job so interesting.

Anyway, once again, I loved what Marie did here…
Ensuite in Marie & Alan McMillen's renovated 1960's home near Belfast.
.. and think it will make for a very interesting feature – so all now that is left to do, is find a buyer to help kick off the New Year in style.

More to follow… but in the meantime, I’d just like to say, a very Happy New Year to everyone.

From Marie, me and the rest of the team @ ampimage.com

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