5 Expert Tips on Styling and Photographing Your Space

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Your home is your sanctuary, and we can all agree that the condition it’s in before you run out the door can drastically set the tone for your work week. But to Alyssa Rosenheck, the home is her work. As a leading interiors and architectural photographer and stylist—you can find her work in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Domino, and Luxe Interiors + Design, among others—Rosenheck has seen the insides of hundreds of homes. She observes the home in all its parts, analyzing how her clients have executed their vision.

To translate the designer’s ideas behind the lens, Rosenheck sees each part as an opportunity to layer in elements of creative fantasy and introduce a feeling of substance. Whether you’re a design enthusiast looking to bring new life to your space or have a pending home shoot, Rosenheck’s tips for styling a home are sure to shed some light on life behind the lens.


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5 Expert Tips on Styling and Photographing Your Space

1. Bring the inside outdoors 

“The winter months are nearly behind us, and what better way to start celebrating the transition of seasons than by redressing your outdoor spaces to feel like an extension of your home? On photoshoots, outdoor spaces are just as important to highlight as the indoors, and in some homes the outdoors are obviously where most of the action takes place. I love making these spaces come to life by pulling elements you would have in your coziest of living rooms and introducing them to the open air. Add some textured throws and perennial fabric pillows along with some entertaining elements—a serving tray with an ice bucket, a pitcher of water, and a snack bowl—to greet your guests.” 

Design by: Amanda Barnes Interiors

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