Down at the Bottom of the Garden

Sophie Hitchens Tuesday 24th January 2017   0 Comments

Down at the bottom of a South East London garden lies more than a worm or two! A very unique and quirky space, which our location clients love, exists within the confines of a summerhouse.

Our Pallet Shed is no ordinary shed or summerhouse however, largely due to its ingenious pallet wood cladding, which provides an envious photo shoot backdrop, which stylists and photographers clamor to utilize.

The location is very special to our team as well as it is situated at an existing location of ours ‘Marmora Road’ who have been with us for years. Marmora Road is a large and extremely pretty Victorian House in East Dulwich owned by an architect and interior stylist, Rose Hammick.

The Pallet Shed had been in the making for a long time so as soon as we knew the owners were building it themselves we eagerly waited for the finished article.

The result is a fabulous and distinctive extension to a popular house, which now offers our clients more scope. It was most definitely a wise choice as lots of clients choose to use both spaces on their shoots.

In amongst the normal garden paraphernalia, down at the bottom of the garden, lies more than a worm or two. ….