Styling work featured on House of Turquoise

 Last night I took a browse on one of my favorite blogs, house of turquoise, and was pleasantly surprised to see some very familiar images on the site!  The author, Erin, has turned her obsession with turquoise into an online inspiration gallery for others who share a passion for the beautiful color in all it’s many shades.  I think most residents and visitors to the Turks and Caicos Islands would relate to some form of appreciation of the hue as well.  I posted images from our photo shoot, a collaboration with tropical imaging, last fall here and here.  Here are some of my behind the scenes photos of the truly amazing, Amazing Grace.

 A before styling image
An after styling image, minus the chocolate brown ottoman which commanded too much attention and drew the eye in the wrong direction.
The arrangement created for the far wall featuring a large, woven texture framed mirror which helped contain the grandiose depth of the room.
The shutters of the reading nook open to the lovely staircase pictured below.
Mother of pearl embellished pillows helped add a glint of reflection and texture to the room.
Normally I take several photos of each angle of a room and then edit which one is the strongest.  As you can see, every angle of this spacious, airy bedroom is photogenic.
A pair of chairs adorn the elegant staircase from a birds eye view.
A vignette created for the master bath.  Erin, here’s a miniature dose of your robins egg blue and ocean blue as well as your . . . .

Turks and Caicos turquoise!  Thanks for featuring us! 

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