Here's how we created our latest images...
Photographer Chris Leah found the amazing venue locally in Leeds. Sunny Bank Mill is a disused textile mill building which was derelict and pigeon poo-splattered but gave us the space, light and character we needed.
Photos were taken of the empty space and plans were made by roughly photoshopping images of the props into the room pictures.
You can see the ideas turned into reality in the images below featuring our beautiful Body Lace voile. The amazing ombre bathroom suite was found locally on Facebook Marketplace.
Here's the (very) rough plan for our Metamorphosis linen union photo. You can see the finished result at the top of this page.
We ordered dry ice, I dug up a squash plant from my veg patch and cut ivy from my garden on the morning of the shoot to create this scene.
For our Hit the North real cork wallpaper set, Dowsing and Reynolds kindly lent us a beautiful lamp, the pampas grass was liberated from a traffic island 🤦♀️ and the sideboard was brought in from our house. Note also the Rancor (a Star Wars character) which belongs to Mr Puzzle and usually lives on our kitchen window sill!
Photographer Heidi Marfitt took the stunning images in this vibrant period house.
About The Monkey Puzzle Tree
From rich linens and velvets to a risqué lace voile, The Monkey Puzzle Tree collaborates with artists to create truly unique home textiles with a twist and a conscience.
Founded by Charlotte Raffo in 2017, the business pays a 20% royalty to their artists to help provide them with a passive income, and the unique designs are manufactured in the North of England, supporting traditional industries and maintaining high environmental standards.
Awarded ‘Highly Commended’ for Best British Product Design in the Brit List Awards 2020, Finalist in the Northern Design Awards 2020.