Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Behind The Scenes

On a wet autumn day, we headed out to photograph our new country design, Home Grown. Equipped with facemasks, hand sanitiser, and muddy vegetables for props, we got to work shooting the beautiful new design. Let’s take a little look behind the scenes and see how we got on.

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

There is a lot to get through on our photoshoots, and with only having a few members on the shoot, we had to improvise when it came to modelling. Emily, from our Product Design team, stepped in to model the new collection. She is actually cradling her own veg pulled from her allotment that very same morning.

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Can you spot the touch of autumn through the window? We’re really excited about this lovely new collection, it makes us want to head out into the garden and start digging some vegetable patches. This new collection was actually inspired by Sophie’s love of gardening through lockdown, where she started growing her own veggies at home.

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

We were lucky to be able to use two different kitchens at this location which means we dressed the AGA with the new Home Grown Circular Hob Covers! Our hob covers now have a new design feature. We've added handy loops meaning you can easily attach them to your AGA handles. We’re currently in the process of rolling these out across all of our current designs, so keep your eyes peeled for them.

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Once we’ve finished the kitchen linens and table settings, we moved onto our Home Grown Everyday Bag. Can you guess what vegetable is hanging out of the bag?

That’s all we managed to get for our behind the scenes, but let’s take a little look at some of the final shots below.

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Behind The Scenes Of Our Home Grown Photoshoot

Have you ever grown your own vegetables at home? We'd love to hear how you got on, if not then perhaps you'd enjoy reading our blog post looking at our Top five vegetables to grow for beginners.  

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