February 10, 2017

My name is Rachel, a recent graduate with a BA in Photography and Video and an intern at Quorn Stone. I began this 6 week internship in January and I am now at the end of my 5th week. This internship has been a great opportunity for me and the perfect next step after finishing my degree.

From my first day, despite feeling a little nervous(!), I have been welcomed into the business and have seen first-hand the quality of service and care that Quorn Stone encompass. My main role here has been photographing the completed projects and houses with our natural stone flooring. This is followed by the post-production of images, which we have then been sharing on the social media platform, Houzz. After capturing a number of our limestone tiles in situ, I wanted to share 3 of my favourites with you…

 

1. Farrow Grey Tumbled Limestone

Farrow Grey Tumbled Limestone – one of the first places I photographed! This open kitchen and living area had only recently been completed with a new kitchen and flooring. The tiles grey tones contrast perfectly with the clean white cabinets, warm woodwork and cream walls within the space.

 

2. Dijon Brushed Limestone

Dijon Brushed Limestone – a classic, country kitchen and dining area. The popular Dijon Limestone looks beautiful in this country home. I love the floor-to-ceiling windows and doors, flooding plenty of natural light into the room. With a large antique dining table at the centre and natural stone tiles running through, the customer expressed this space has become the heart of their house.

 

3. Florence Sandblasted and Brushed Limestone

Florence Sandblasted and Brushed Limestone Tiles 01

Florence Sandblasted and Brushed Limestone – a contemporary open-plan kitchen and living area. My 3rd and final favourite. I thought this space was gorgeous and really liked the combination of a modern kitchen and contemporary furniture, alongside a rustic exposed brick wall and brushed stone tiles. Each element of this room felt in harmony with one another and the Florence limestone tiles looked beautiful!

 

It has been a fantastic experience and chance to work as an interior photographer for Quorn Stone and has been a privilege to be part of the team behind MyStoneFloor.com. Now, with many photographs taken, we have begun the process of designing and creating a brochure. As my internship comes to a close, I have built a great relationship with the company, with ongoing plans to complete a brochure of all the natural stone tiles available at Quorn Stone – watch this space!

Rachel

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