“Dimore Studio was founded by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran out of an explicit need to create a more sophisticated identity, primarily for those wishing to distinguish themselves by crossing over boundaries momentarily en vogue.”
Based in Milano, they collaborate within both the fashion and furniture fields with a lovely coexistence one can appreciate on these images. Interior Design in its best!
These images belong to two private residences in Milan but they work as well with hotels, restaurants and retail structures.
I am fascinated by the masculine and feminine touch, softness, light and dark, sophisticated, sometimes baroque, Italian style and some Scandinavian inspiration I’d say ( thought the second pic was from the Gubi catalog). I truly love every single room but if you ask me if I’d live in a moody home, I believe I could not. I am a light lover, probably I could try a bedroom. You?
I love styling in a moody way though, not exclusively though since I found out darker and dusky colors can be really mysterious and beautiful on a image. Through my trend representation last year for Global Color Research, I could observe how many photographers and stylists would work in that way already without being influenced by the moment of the year. It had nothing to do with summer or winter, few or much daylight. I do like high key shots still a lot, just believe moody is en vogue, a newer way of creating messages and will stay for a while. Hopefully.
How about you? What do you prefer light images or are you drawn to a more moody style?