Behind the Scenes: Photo Shoot with Eddie Ross

One of the hardest tasks here at Lonny is selecting the photographs for each feature because we’d ideally love to include them all. With that said, we’re bringing a behind-the-scenes look at our photo shoot with powerhouse design team Eddie Ross and Jaithan Kochar. As always, our goal is to make design accessible, so we're sharing our favorite, never-before-seen shots from the shoot that highlight the intimate, impeccable details of the duo's country home in upstate New York, along with the changes they've made since we last saw them.

Ross, who offers interior design and styling services, admits that he was pleasantly surprised when he saw the photos of his home. “I think there’s something really beautiful about the way Patrick and Michelle capture the way people really live,” he says, “without making everything look perfect.” We hope you enjoy ogling these gorgeous shots as much as we do!

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Eddie says it’s about “being prepared,” especially for Thanksgiving. He put together a little vignette that is ready to be used at a moment’s notice for dinner parties and the unexpected guest. The coffee pot is English Art Deco and the plates are Spode. Eddie bought them while on vacation in Sag Harbor for a steal ($20 for a set of 6)!

Eddie bought the horse head bookends from Katie Armour’s Etsy shop. Check out more of her finds in this issue of Lonny!


Eddie recently painted the side table white, and he found the lighters at the Rose Bowl Flea Market - a set of 10 just cost $30!


Eddie plans to reupholster this chair with Quadrille fabric and says “I bought the Marilyn book at the Elephant’s Trunk Flea Market… I love how graphic the cover is.” The little black doctor bag is Jaithan’s mother’s from when she was a med student!

Eddie calls his basement his "Prop House!"

“Red glasses would be perfect for a Christmas shoot,” says Eddie.

Drawers and drawers of silverware!





Eddie uses a towel bar to hang the candles to prevent damage and allow for easy viewing and adds that "changing the colors of your candles is the easiest way to transform your table setting." He recommends using Creative Candles

Happy Halloween! (Find a similar cat here.)

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