At Home With Ecology

At Home With Ecology - Codie Zofia

At Home With Ecology - Codie Zofia

There is nothing quite like gorgeous tableware and mugs. Ecology is just that. Their entire premise is to create long lasting and on trend lifestyle products every season. Not only being fashion forward but a high emphasis on quality. It ensures that your Ecology pieces will last. You can simply tell just by the look and feel of the pieces that they are high quality. So when I was asked by Ecology to take photos of an array of their products, I knew my aim was to capture the beauty and high quality design. After some experimenting with different methods of photographing and styling these pieces. I’m extremely happy with the final results. I will admit that it took three attempts before my perfectionist self was happy with the look, shadowing and overall feel of the photos. Continue scrolling to see all the photos of these stunning pieces.

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The pieces

The Marlo Lilly Pilly Mug and Franklin Mug in Blossom are a perfect addition to the avid coffee and tea drinkers out there. A generous size of your drink of choice awaits you with these mugs. Not to mention the fact that the pink hues are absolutely stunning, along with the other colour choices on offer being so pretty depending on your colour palette preference. Very much a fan of the trend of dimpling and organic shapes seen in dinnerware at the moment. Seeing the Speckle Oatmeal Side Plate and Speckle Oatmeal Bowl I knew these would be amazing to style. A light speckle throughout adds to the natural feel of these pieces.

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Let me know in the comments if you would like to see the process in which I created this flatlay.

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