Moodboard: Tantalize with Texture

Monday, April 9, 2012

Touch has a memory.  John Keats

Texture adds an attraction to any fabric, setting the tone of the overall visual stimulus. When we see a bridal gown like the Amsale Blue Label Dahlia or anything from Stanley Korshak in-house couture designer Nardos Imam, we are teased by the falls and folds of chiffon. We want to touch the fine layers of tulle and embellished crepe that creates a magnificent aesthetic that is not lost on the eye of the beholder. 

Amsale Blue Label Dahlia dress // Amsale Bridal

Nardos Imam custom couture bridal gown // Exclusively from Stanley Korshak

 These same arrangements of scheme and structure inspire many of the linens in our showroom. From fluttering petals to Valentino-inspired ruffled roses, we can bring the same allure of a couture gown directly to your guests with sensory aesthetics they aren't soon to forget. Customize your event for a feel all your own.

Resource One, Inc. linens, exclusively from POSH Couture Rentals

Resource One, Inc. linens, exclusively at POSH Couture Rentals // Mike Colon Photography

Location: The Adolphus Dallas, TX; Table Design and Linen:
Roberta Karsch-Resource One, Inc. Reseda, CA; Floral
Design: Branching Out Floral & Event Design Dallas, TX;
Chairs: Chameleon Chair Collection Torrance, CA; Table
Setting: Posh Couture Rentals Dallas, TX; Photography: Stacy
Reeves Photography Dallas, TX


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