Feb Issue 2020
In September I was approached by Jaine Bevan, one of Bristol's best stylists and photographers for samples of my fabric to be featured in one of her photoshoots for a feature in Homes and Antiques.
Jaine could not have been more generous by styling my fabrics in 4 of the 5 double page spreads! I love her use of all different types of found objects, textures and colours.
'Punchy primary hues and plenty of floral decorative details combine to embody the essence of Folk Art. This is the perfect decorating choice for those who enjoy a painterly style and joyful brushstrokes'
'Moody Victorian is given a refresh with this season’s rust and monochrome palette. Tie an eclectic collection of classical busts, plaster models and Victorian silhouettes with patterned fabrics in a charming colour way to make your treasured finds take centre stage.'
'The rich, earthy tones of natural materials imbue this look, which can be summed up simply as Arts and Crafts meets tribal. The handcrafted printer’s tray, abacus, spoon, plumber’s dollies and rattle provide strong anchor points for the bold fabrics and tiles'
'Keep the promise of an Indian summer alive with Paisley-inspired textiles, plenty of teak and hand-carved elements alongside intricately decorated caskets and containers. Complete with turmeric yellow walls for everyday sunshine'