As a wildlife and nature lover, I’ve always absolutely adored Juliet Travers work and cannot speak more highly of her designs. They are simply stunning – in fact, my Mum actually had some beautiful curtains made from her fabric last year and everyone always comments on them! The company is also fabulously British with the wallpapers and fabrics made in England. Since we last spoke to Juliet about her Safari collection, she’s launched her latest Albion collection that’s inspired by British wildlife, so she’s the perfect guest to have on the blog for our ‘Best of British’ collection. Over to Juliet. (Tip: scroll to the bottom for a code to get 25% off her Safari cushions – great Christmas gifts!). Read more »
Posts Tagged: Prints
It is hotting up this summer with this season’s tropical jungle trend, evoking sunny destinations and emphasizing nature.
For a person who is not particularly into floral prints and patterns, I have to hold my hands up, and admit, that I have had a major about turn recently.
I have always had a passion for textiles, so becoming a fabric designer was a natural route for me to take. I wanted to design and produce fabric that had skill behind it, but would also be accessible and easily incorporated into people’s homes.
To me, a home is a place where you can be surrounded by the objects and items that you love most, whether they are old or new or your home is big or small, it is a place that should hold your memories of your favourite moments in life.
Last week we looked at the popular trend of incorporating dogs and horses into a classic interior scheme. This week we focus instead on woodland creatures and how they can add a quirky personal touch to our homes.
With winter upon us there are quite a few furry friends coming into our homes and making a statement – in the forms of fabulous cushions, wallpapers, and animal accessories!
This winter has seen a big key trend towards fairytales, folklore, enchanted forests and most predominant of all, woodland creatures. How many of you during your festive Christmas shopping have noticed a sly Mr Fox captured on a plate or cushion? Or perhaps you have spotted a proud stag emblazoned on a jumper, mug or a placemat?