October 21, 2012

inner beauty

for the launch of this residential project, our angels provided a quasi colonial feel for the decor of the main event area with whitewashed trellis panels and fences, hanging potted begonias and domestic palms in large pots.  to enliven the interior of the featured show house, our angels graced the furnished spaces with exquisite floral gatherings in white and green.

October 2, 2012

just breathe

upon receiving a link to the page that features this breathtaking image of a loving couple on the pelamin we did in Kota Baru earlier this year, we just have to share the sensation with you.  thank you Arief and Nurul Ain for sharing the precious moment with us.  may He bless the both of you for the rest of your lives together.

additionally, the photographer who captured the beautiful scene above was also kind enough to provide more captivating shots.  thank you Bakri for these beautiful pictures. you may appreciate more of his work here and here.

chic conversation

last weekend, our angels were in Ipoh to grace the residence of a dear client with some floral flair and fine touches.  the client was formally introducing her baby boy to her extended family and relatives with a majlis cukur jambul.  as the decor would be crucial for a lasting impression, she gave us free rein to embellish her residence accordingly. our angels had picked her living hall as the main area for the event where the baby boy in his cradle would be the center of the whole affair.  so, to create the desired look, our angels had to literally transform the space from typical to topical.  first, they covered the plaster walls and marbled floor with wooden panels washed in white.  then they added two panels of latticework styled in classical quatrefoil to evoke dialogue.  for lasting conversations, fine and classical architectural pieces were added to the developing drama.  garden and household accessories added inflections and variety.  and finally, splashes of purples and blues were propped, gathered, and sprawled across the decorated space for conversations that would be repeated over and over.