Tuesday, November 28, 2017
in-house stylist team analyse and interpret global trends translating them into
everyday, achievable styles. A recent studio project with one of our
long-standing clients saw us use the botanical trend to give their product a
fresh, modern look.
The client’s release of their new tile
range had to reflect their ethos of a contemporary product that works within
the home. We designed a space that could
lend itself to changing with trends, with a modern kitchen and tile choice in
tones that can easily adapt to several styles within the home.
Plants are very on trend right now with
botanicals, jungle prints and the statement cacti popping up all over. The team added a little jungle vibe with
linens and crockery, then brought fresh green colours through with other
displayed pieces. Finally, adding the
succulents and ferns for that extra botanical touch.
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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
year we have been working with blue shades through a range of products and
trends, it’s safe to say we know how to take that colour tone in many
directions. Opting for a darker shade in a space adds drama and impact,
but with the right lighting it can also be made to feel warm and cosy.
Keep it fresh
Mix and match cabinets is another way to keep the look fresh
and not go down the moody hues look. Copper key features such as tap
design works with this colour.
Don’t want to darken a room too much? The same effect can be
achieved by painting halfway up a wall as in this living room. You can still
get the impact whilst keeping it fresh.
Take it moody
Dark blues work particularly well in classic, panelled
interiors such as period properties with grand fireplaces and dramatic, high
ceilings. This space can carry colour!
The kitchen (above) has dramatic, dusky blue cupboards which
are on-trend this year. We’ve designed several sets for deep blue kitchens so
keep an eye out. You can either go deep and moody, or add bold colour to offset
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Set Visions photography department offers creative
stylish imagery to fit any budget. A great cost saving service the team offers is
the use of our large pre-built set. The semi permanent set up enables our
clients to make the most of a spacious set design without the cost of a bespoke
build, allowing products to be photographed at speed and within budget.
The Capture team
can seamlessly create distinctive looks within current design trends. This is where our in-house interior stylists
really come in to their own. With a few
clever wall changes and a lick of paint the team can change a look in minimal
time ensuring costs and timings are kept to a minimum.
set is cleverly designed to be adapted for any interior use, from a living room
to bedroom, even a bathroom. Contact Set Visions to see how we can
provide cost sensitive solutions for your products 01274 610600.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
A recent test shot created by our
photography team is a perfect Halloween treat!
With deep hues
and lux materials our team have captured the dramatic with a sophisticated
twist. Lighting is key in this shot,
directing the atmosphere and depth to the image. Whilst our stylist has worked with the modern
inky trend combining sculptural shapes, with soft textures and hard
balance in this test shot is a great example of our in-house photography and
styling teams working together to create a beautifully crafted image. Visit our Instagram page to see more test
work and portfolio sneak peaks.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Our CGI department has an exciting opportunity for a Freelance Photographic Retoucher to
join our team based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Set Visions is one of
the county’s leading photorealistic CGI
studios. Based in Bradford, West Yorkshire we supply brochure images for
some of the country’s leading retailers and manufacturers. As an
exciting, busy creative studio, we are seeking an experienced
will be joining a passionate and creative team of Stylists,
Photographers and CGI artists that create and deliver wonderful high end
commercial images and state of the art visualisers. This is an amazing
opportunity for an individual to contribute to exciting works and
The ideal Freelance Photographic Retoucher must have
- Industry experience with portfolio, to include before and after retouched images
- Strong knowledge of colour management and colour matching
- Creative re-touching
- PC literate
- Knowledge of CGI (not essential)
- Photographic eye/photography experience
- Strong communication skills
- High attention to detail
- Able and happy to follow direction and existing workflow working to time scales
The successful Freelance Photographic Retoucher will have a
passionate interest in photography and all types imagery in general,
with a driving desire to strengthen Set Visions’ high quality and high
output. You'll have a strong portfolio demonstrating creative, high-end
photo-realistic retouching skills, excellent attention to detail is
To join this team you must be an agile and creative thinker where achieving the impossible is second nature.
If you feel you are the right candidate for the role as our Freelance
Photographic Retoucher then please email
email@example.com with your CV and a link to your
online portfolio if avaible.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
The Set Visions team
love an innovative photography challenge.
Our Capture team worked alongside one of our long-standing clients who
has a rich design and manufacturing history where colour tones and design is
key for each collection. Our client
pride themselves on the use of colour, with this shoot embodying the raw fibres
and explosion of colour; emulating the dye process.
The final piece is one large installation created by
strategically placing each fibre as though floating through mid-air. The image was successfully used across
multiple media platforms in the UK and was key in their display at Neo Con in
the US. Check out the behind the scenes
sneaky peek video to see the creative process!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
This year has seen natural materials coming to the forefront of interior
design and homeware design.
Soft, light bleached woods, with natural
wood grain running throughout.
New Nordic Naturals is all about the
fresh natural aesthetic within design.
Wood cladding and feature wall
pieces are undoubtedly coming back. There’s also a strong stylised
reappearance of wooden cabinets in kitchen design, but with more up to
date tones such as the lighter Nordic hues.
Natural wood 'shelfies'
Natural wood can be brought in to a room in various ways. For instance,
using tiles and wood flooring as a room base. Mix up the tonal woods
with wooden propping and weathered textures for contrast.
Exposed shelving is still hugely on trend, I’m sure you’ve seen
‘shelfie’ posts on social media. Style up your wooden shelving with
tonal propping and textures, and include a few plants for a natural
Bathrooms for 2017-18 are certainly getting more attention, often the
last place to get a thoughtful makeover. Why not try the light wood
tones here? Such as this design using wood tiles to create a feature
wall. Perfectly offsetting the white ceramics in the room.
Just go for it! With this kitchen design we went for it with the
bleached wood tones. Using it on the floor and walls to create a serene,
flowing space. Propping kept muted and stylised with whites and light
greys, plus hints of wood which evokes that Scandinavian touch.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Our Capture team is made up of a
creative collection of stylists, photographers and art directors. The team
relish a conceptual challenge, with this recent shoot being no exception.
on a new Lux range of fabrics 'Touch' and 'Vintage' our photography team
created still life shots that play with composition and texture whilst
showcasing the new fabric range. Warn antique mirrors and lush textures were key
to mix the juxtaposition of luxury and antique which in turn represents the
fabric collection. The final imagery will be out in the next month but in the
meantime, these behind the scenes shots will be a tease to the unveiling!
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Think bold and
beautiful, dark, moody hues. In the kitchen layer up black herringbone wall
tiles with black fixtures and fittings. Mix matt and gloss finishes and a
variety of textures for a dramatic dark moody feel. Throw in some metallic
finishes to add a touch of luxe.
How to style up this
• Layer black on black to create a dramatic moody feel.
• Use a variety of textures.
• Add luxe with metallic accents.
• Choose black fixtures and fittings.
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Feature walls are back with impact. Moving on from the simple
effects of wallpaper and paint, designers are thinking outside the box and
using different materials to add colour and texture to create real wow factor
in interior spaces.
Tiles are a great way to make a statement and bring character to a
room. Typically seen in the bathroom and kitchen, but a tiled chimney breast in
a living room or a tiled headboard in a bedroom is a much more adventurous use
and adds interest with a dramatic focal point.
back tiles on this kitchen wall is a fun way to add colour and pattern. Also,
placing vertically instead of horizontally is a refreshing alternative. This
design would make even more of a statement if used in a living or dining space.
Combining multiple materials is another way to personalise a wall,
or in this case, a floor. The zig zag design works well to divide up the space
and zone areas. With open-plan living this would also work on walls to separate
and outline the different spaces.
A luxurious Grecian them has been achieved in this spacious
bathroom with an impactful mosaic which looks like a huge marble sculpture from
For those with a passion for plants, why not bring the outside
into the home with a vertical garden or living wall? Used here in a concrete wet room, it adds a
vibrant jungle feel to the space.