• Siren Lauvdal’s Stunning Images for Elle Decoration.


    Posted on 18th February, by Team Yellowtrace in photography, set design + styling. 5 Comments

    Siren Lauvdal photos for Elle Decoration | Yellowtrace

    Siren Lauvdal photos for Elle Decoration | Yellowtrace

    Siren Lauvdal photos for Elle Decoration | Yellowtrace

    Siren Lauvdal photos for Elle Decoration | Yellowtrace

    Siren Lauvdal photos for Elle Decoration | Yellowtrace

     

    Palookaville Fotografagentur represents a number of Norway’s finest photographers, focussing on creating commercial visuals with an artistic edge. Photographer Siren Lauvdal offers a selection of stunning photographs of Bohemian living for Elle Decoration, with superb Scandinavian styling. The Norwegian talent has a passion for working with others as opposed to individually, and focusing on people and light within her work.

    The relationship between the objects, furniture, patterns, shapes and colours capture the overall beauty in the space. Plants of all sizes and different shades of green growing freely are truly an integral part of styling and the balance of the overall composition. I mean, a fig tree makes everything look good!


    [Photography by Siren Lauvdal. Styling by Kråkvik & D'Orazio.]

     





  • 5 Responses to “Siren Lauvdal’s Stunning Images for Elle Decoration.”

    1. Perfect example of colour creating mood!

    2. LP says:

      This is just divine!

    3. jannicke says:

      STYLING BY KRÅKVIK&D`ORAZIO

    4. […] // Green // Mr. Anselmo // Colorful cars // Vintage feel // […]



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