15 August 2007
Lighting Impacts the Look of Linens -
Let There Be Light!
To create that “wow” effect for your guests as they walk through the doors at your next event, let there be light! As light is projected onto décor fabrics, your event space will come to life. Add colored gels, pin spotting and even gobos to create an innovative exciting backdrop for your affair. Lighting is a critical component of event planning, and goes far in giving you the ambiance your special event deserves. Projected onto shimmering lamours, textured crush cloths or even solid cotton panels, you will be amazed at the transformation of your room.
From iridescent crush table linens that reflect light, to huge panels of luxe fabrics that take the place of pipe and drape, lighting adds drama to any space. Add pin spotting to allow embroidered or paillette encrusted cloths come to life on any table top. Lit or swagged, these reflective quality linens can make all the difference at your next affair.
When coupled together, lighting makes fabric come to life. For your next affair, consider the possibilities. Whether you choose an elaborate, high-tech lighting package or a charming retro motif, lighting techniques are guaranteed to create unique and memorable ambiance while enhancing overall design concepts. But remember, fabrics must work with the lighting, so keep this in mind when selecting your linens. Gobos - disks that project a shape, shadow or image onto a surface when placed in the path of a spotlight – can be projected on panels or dance floors to complete your look.
Don’t be left in the dark about lighting décor. Dazzle guests with the sophisticated look of lighting and Mosaic’s luxurious linens.
Family Dinner Party
Aqua poly, turquoise/gold rouched taffeta, fuchsia stripe bengaline chair backs, fuchsia bengaline seat cushion covers, and lime hemstitch napkins.
Gold satin underlcloth; Gold sheer chenille stripe overlay; White linen napkin with ivory satin trim
Milestone Birthday Celebration:
White lamour with amethyst couture overlay