Sylvie Becquet

Posted on Mon, 8 Jun 2009 by midcenturyjo


Whether rich and brooding or sparkling white with bright light I’m drawn in by the simplicity of these shots by photographer Sylvie Becquet. They were haunting in more ways than one as I realised that Kim had first featured Sylvie’s work almost two years ago but I just had to share more of her work. The juxtaposition of white and rich colour is so inspiring, the moodiness so attractive. There is that tension between stark modernity and a rich historical feel that is so now.

Elyse says:

Ahh, the teal wall is fantastic!

The photography and room styling is impressive. I like the juxtaposition of the old and new very much!

Tricia – Avolli

truly breathtaking. if i walked into any of these rooms, i'd gasp. what i love too, is the space in the spaces, airy, fresh and clean. just beautiful.

Tyler says:

That blue floor lamp is killer – I need, I need

It's really great work. I especially love the ivory couch with the flower pillows.

kim. says:

I too love the blue lamp and teal wall. (!!!)

Oh gorgeous! Do you know where the blue lamp is from? I'm already picturing it in my house . . .

Yoli says:

Those minimalist pieces had me reeling, stunning!

I love every one of those photos!

I can't look at that 6th picture without hearing some homeowner giving a tour… "And this is our fridge room. This is where we keep our fridge."

With a slight echo as his voice bounces around the almost entirely empty room.

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