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Future Past takes its cues from steampunk merging with modern design – creating a new version of the old. Deep and decadent traditional hues are made modern with the addition of mustard, pink and purple.
Small green velvet chair
Glass display case
Green quilted velvet chair
Marble coffee table
Red flower artwork
Blue numbers artwork
As we move towards the future we look to reassurances from our past. Design explores analogue processes, customising and reinvigorating old techniques with the enhancement of new technology.
Glass display cases
Vintage perfume bottles
Our reality is one of a digital world where we seek comfort in nostalgic references that ground us in times of uncertainty.
Minimalism has no place here – rooms are filled with heirlooms and new collections that create a look that is luxurious and detailed; craftsmanship is valued with an eclectic edge influenced by the industrial age.
We are drawn to contemporary designs that evoke reassuring memories and fuse modernity with heritage and classicism. A distinct European influence results from the contrast of twenty-first century designs set against crumbling architecture.
"The story that I had in mind was of this fabulously handsome woman sashaying through a gentleman explorers club."
Fleurage is a scent design studio dedicated to producing traditional perfumery both in historical form and translated to modern style. Master Perfumer Emma Leah’s speciality is signature fragrance creation but her underlying passion is scent and the psyche. She is especially focused on cross-sensory exploration using scent as both the stimulus and anchor for combining all of the senses for maximum experience and impact.
For the Future Past trend Emma created an intriguing room scent that is bold yet refined and luxurious.
Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King Photography Mike Baker