Damask Don't Tell
For the February 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Living
, Scott Horne
teamed up with head of the home department Rebecca Robertson
to create this story on Damask
. �Photos like this make the whole process seem easy, but behind the images is a big secret: lots of research and development.
Damask is derived from the word Damascus, where the fabric originated in the early Middle Ages. �With such a long and storied history it has to be done well, in order to look modern
and seamless with the set they created. �Sourcing all the items, covering the chairs, painting the dresser, everything done with a palette and single concept in mind - Scott brought it all together and the result is what you would expect from 2 weeks or work condensed into just a few dramatic photographs by Stockholm-based Pia Ulin
. �Then again, its no secret that Scott is a visual master.