With an uncanny ability to reduce interiors to the utmost without ever loosing their sense of „home“, stylist Sania Pell for Earthborn selected. Photography: Neil Mersh
This Tate edit shoot shot was photographed by Joanna Henderson and was about the juxtaposition of the items within the architecture in the newly opened Switch House. Tate Edit features objects for the home, and artist’s products, the selection is uniquely Tate. The first ‘edit’ has been chosen by Jasper Morrison, who also designed the beautiful space, in collaboration with architects Herzog and de Meuron.
The inspiration behind this story was a collaboration of two highly regarded shops: Flow Gallery and La Fromagerie. Who hosted a white-on-white pop-up dinner at Flow Gallery one evening where La Fromagerie provided the food designed specifically to sit on handmade, bespoke ceramics from Flow Gallery. The combination of the owners’ impeccable taste – one with an eye for shape and texture, the other nose and palette –created an event that was a sensory experience.
Photographed by Beth Evans
Asked to style a bedroom shoot by Elle Decoration Sania wanted to approach the shoot from a different perspective and tell a story with the images from midnight through to the morning. The midnight shoot evokes dreams and is dramatic with its colour palette leading through to morning with a light and bright feel. One of the images was also selected as the November issue cover. Photographed by Beth Evans
Sania Pell is a freelance interior stylist, creative director and consultant based in London. She is a contributing stylist at Elle Decoration magazine, with whom she has worked for 16 years, and is known for bringing a unique aspect to photographic shoots for national publications, leading brands and retailers as well as style consultancy for top architecture practices and property development companies. A trained, former textile designer, Sania is also involved in many multi-disciplinary creative projects.