The Interiority Series – Sirens

The second chapter in our Interiority series delivers a visual feast of all things floral, rosy and decadent – an ode to country gardens at the edge of the wild bush landscape. Think...

Garden nymphs and luscious botanicals.
Dark romance.
A heady swirl of fecund blossoms and stolen moments in the garden.
Feminine and far from fragile.
Merlot.
Garnet.
Blush.
A rose by any other name.
Chinoiserie and damask.
Curves and perfectly placed ornamentation.

Sirens.

Interior images featuring shades of pink, red and blush. There is vintage furniture, wallpaper, roses and a clawfoot bathtub. From left to right, top to bottom:  Eve Campestrini; RA Studio; Hourglass by Lilli Waters; Harlitts Hotel; Lumiere Lodge by Marnie Hawson; Maren Ingeborg Gråblomst; deVOL Kitchens
A quote from photographer Luisa Brimble: ‘Forget about surrounding yourself with positive people, just surround yourself with flowers. How can one not be happy when flowers are around, really?’
IMAGES //  From left to right, top to bottom: Michael Sinclair; Sphinx –The Angelic One by Scott McNeil; Nicole Franzen; Farrow & Ball
IMAGES // M(Group); Girl with Cigarette by Anges Noyes Goodsir; Captain’s Cottage by Sarah Andrews
IMAGES //  Seaworthy Restaurant; Therese Vikman; Amy Neunsinger
Australian natives and roses with scented candles by Australian candle brandSouthern Wild CoIMAGES //  From left to right, top to bottom: M(Group); Plain English Kitchens; House of Brinson; Eve Campestrini; Collective Distance: Been Here Before by Amanda Schunker