I was inspired about the bareness of the abandon green house—that within this space life could still flourish while everything was so still. I wanted to create a romantic, organic environment to an unearthed, desolate garden.
The palette—mustard, blush, raspberry, sage and emerald—was created to bring punches of color yet stay reminiscent to the existing tonal qualities of the space. We infused this palette through the lush flowers while optimizing existing plants and salvaged items within the green house.
To compliment the tonal quality I included touches of brass items to correspond with the vintage terra cotta pots. In addition, I incorporated a hexagon pattern through the paper products to give a modern touch.