It's the peak of wedding season and our rental division has been bustling! There is nothing more personal than publicly declaring one's love and we believe that every wedding should reflect the personalities of the couple uniting...it's all about you, after all! Planning wedding decor can quickly become overwhelming but providing pieces to create unique and eclectic weddings just happens to be our specialty. One of our favourite ways to make guests feel at home is by creating intimate lounge seating areas where they can relax and converse amidst the festivities.
We've put together a digital look book featuring some of our favourite lounge combinations but, with a collection the size of ours (see it all here), the possibilities are literally endless! Whether you want us to recreate one of these looks or are envisioning something completely different, we're here to help you create the event of your dreams. CLICK HERE to view our Lounge Look Book 2015
CLICK HERE to view our Lounge Look Book 2015
By the Seaside | Watered down colours of sea glass and bold pops of azure work well with natural warm wood tones, canvas and driftwood to create a serene and subtly nautical space.
Industrial Salvage | Utilitarian pieces get a second life when used as home furnishings. Upholstered pieces, layers of soft texture and natural greenery soften the look and create an inviting space to relax.
Free Spirit Chic | Bold layers of pattern, colour and texture are glamorous when intertwined with gilded gold accessories and bright jewel tones. Bohemian at it's best!
Gentlemen's Club | Plush velvet upholstery and weathered furnishings are highlighted by eclectic details, creating a lounge perfect for sipping whiskey and sampling cigars with friends.
Garden Gathering | Botanical patterns and subtle layers of texture and colour set the tone for this garden-like lounge area. All that's missing are the tea and crumpets!
Mid Century Modern Romance | Sleek upholstered pieces and retro accessories set the tone for swanky cocktails and uptown vibes. It's 5 o'clock somewhere, right?