#ObjectProject is our monthly hashtag that challenges our community on Instagram. Get involved, join the creative community, and have your work seen by the Whalar team!
As winter draws near and the season for festivities is almost upon us, we teamed up with event and interiors stylist @hanbullivant, to put community at the heart of this month's theme, #ObjectProject_Table.
Over the years, Hannah's creative content has led her to publish her Guide to Gathering, empowering others to style spaces in ways that really reflect who they are. True to form, her advice for this months challenge is to
"really focus on the ways that you would naturally use a table; whether it be a workspace, a cluttered breakfast scene, or a styled gathering."
To set the scene for this months challenge, we visited Hannah’s home and workspace in Kent, where she designed her beautiful table setting, shared tips on the challenge, and revealed what she'll be looking for in a winner.
We'd love to see as many people getting involved as possible, with bonus points going out to those who manage to go on to have a gathering. As Hannah says;
"As much as I love a beautiful styled shot, I'd really love to encourage people to get together and invite some friends over!"
To enter your own creation, add the hashtag #ObjectProject_Table to content shared on your main Instagram grid. The winner will not only receive a beautiful framed print of their work, but Hannah has gone above and beyond and put together her own 'winners bundle', including her Guide to Gathering, and items from her stunning table above (4 botanically dyed pink napkins and taupe coloured ribbons to tie by @thenaturaldyeworks, 2 turned brass candle stick holders by @workshop.ltd, and 2 taupe coloured rustic candles).
The winning entry will be chosen on Wednesday 21st November at 5pm BST, so you've got two weeks to watch the documentary, gather inspiration from Hannah's guide, pop over to our Pinterest board for extra ideas, and last but not least, create your entries!
Join in with #ObjectProject_Table