While fresh florals bring a plethora of light and life to a space, branches (sometimes no longer living) provide unique structure and verticality to a room or vignette. A larger-scaled branch display on a table or mantle feels laidback and visually intriguing. The lack of leaves or thick flowers makes for a roomier display, feeling chic in its minimalism. One of the bonuses of styling with branches is they typically last longer than flowers, which is good on your finances, and you can forage for them in your own backyard, on daily dog walks around the neighborhood, or always pick them up at your local floral shop. Here are some of our favorite branch styling moments from projects at Studio McGee and shoots at McGee & Co.
No. 01 | On a Pedestal for Our McGee & Co. Winter Catalogue Shoot
No. 02 | On the Hearth of Our Modern & Moody Basement Project
No. 03 | On the Dining Table of Our Hilltop Estate Project
No. 04 | On the Kitchen Counter of Our Park City Contemporary Project
No. 05 | On the Console Table of Our Home on the Bay Project
No. 06 | On the Dining Table for Our McGee & Co. Spring Shoot
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