Mystic | Anthropologie Naperville
Branches, moss, dried protea and clay mushrooms created a woodland forest inspired concept.
HUGE THANKS to Arielle Somberg for her help in execution!
Sedona | Anthropologie Naperville
Muslin fabric panels were dyed in an ombre wash.
A "cabin" silouette was made with wood and attached to a fixture platform to ground the display.
Desert rocks were dyed, lined with earth-toned chalk, and given a final paint-wash to achieve a natural clay look.
Canvas was dyed and used as a contextualizer over a fixture table to tie-in the concept.