I am really excited to announce that I will be writing some posts showcasing what I consider to be some of the best of British interior design. Each will feature just one person, product or company. There will be some well-known names in the ‘edit’ but there will also be a host of new designers to discover too. You can expect a mixture of tastes and styles featuring wallpaper, fabric, accessories and furniture.
(caption for images above): Top left: ‘Seafern’ 107/2011 wallpaper, Curio Collection, Cole and Son; ‘Stockholm’striped fabric, Teal/Tomato; ‘Dawn Chorus’ Teal, Winter fabric, Vanessa Arbuthnott; books, Cambridge Imprint; rug, Vivienne Westwood for The Rug Company; ‘Hot lips’ silk cushion, Age of Reason Studios; )
The first of my ‘British Design Edit’ posts – #I Have This Thing With Cushions – will be on Saturday 14 May – so be sure to look out for it and enjoy!
The second of my ‘British Design Edit’ posts – ‘British Blooms’ will be published to coincide with the start of The Chelsea Flower Show on Saturday 20th May. I am extremely privileged to have been given a ‘Worldwide blog exclusive’ by Vanessa Hogge, a highly talented ceramicist whose botanical work is inspired by the ‘English style’ African gardens of her ancestors.
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