One of the perks of being an Interior Photographer is getting to be surrounded by amazing designs some simple and clean, and some embellished and ornate. Whatever the style, I approach each space with an opportunity to tell it’s story. I’ve had the pleasure of recently meeting and working with Amber Clore of A. Clore Interiors based in Sanford Florida. Her style is transitional and beautiful bringing fabulous, functional style to every room she touches.
Featured below is a shoot we did of a historic bungalow in the trendy Thornton Park of Orlando that Amber completely renovated. Two rooms that caught my eye were the dining and living spaces. Amber explained this house to be traditional and eclectic. The dining room is cozy with gorgeous antique stained glass doors that can completely enclose the space, making for a very intimate dinner setting amongst friends. The stunning gold chandelier, deep emerald walls, and modern wallpapered ceiling, delivers the perfect level of eclectic mid-century to the traditional space, all while making an impactful statement. On the other side of those beautiful doors is the living space continuing the eclectic feel with her use of driftwood, gold accents, abundant candlelight, and creamy monochromatic color palette. The sitting area in particular is somewhere I could see myself sipping my morning coffee. Amber’s creative vision for this home really showcases her bold yet sophisticated style. If you’re interested in Amber’s services you can visit her website at acloreinteriors.com.
Details from this shoot:
Table: Hooker Furniture
Chandelier: Maxim Lighting
Paint: Sherwin Williams “Country Squire” SW6475
Wallpaper: York Wallcoverings