How cute are all these new designs coming soon from Darling Clementine! Looks like they have teamed up to do a collaboration with Norwegian tea company Crema, to make "Harvest tea which consists of four tasty flavors." Also shown are adorable tea towels, calendars, and cards - so charming!
I love these textiles from Proud Mary. Bold graphic patterns made into scarves, pillows, and purses - and a fair trade company as well!
"Proud Mary was started in 2008 when owner, Harper Poe returned from volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in South America. After falling deeply in love with the indigenous peoples and brightly colored textiles she decided to combine her passions into a sustainable design business promoting social change. By providing a global exploration of textiles, Proud Mary, supports and empowers global artisans and their families while celebrating their beautiful work!". Find their work here.
How fun are these pieces from Orla Kiely? The leaf jacquard towel would brighten up any modern bath. Hmmm....where would I go for lunch with gals in this mustard wool suiting pocket dress and structured rosemary bag? I think it might involve an Arnold Palmer...
I almost jumped out of my chair when I got this press release this morning - Heather Moore of Skinny Laminx has just lauched a fabric line of floral prints - Flower Dreams. We carry her towels and pillows at ink & peat and I just love her sense of color and pattern - modern but quirky and whimsical. What fun!
Here is Heather's take on one of the prints in her new line: Wild Flowers "The centrepiece of the collection is called Wild Flowers - a large-scale two-colour screenprinted design that manages to be lots of things at once: It’s a bit Japanese, it’s sweetly feminine, a little Folky, a tad popp-y, and just a little bit mad!"
Love some of these furniture and decorative pieces from H.D. Buttercup. I hope to go there next time I visit San Francisco. HAve you been? Maybe it's time for spring but I can't get enough of clean lines and shades of orange!
(clockwise from top left: Jean Baptiste Geometric Studies - Natural Curiosities, Walnut Dining Chair, Stellar Work's Lunar Sofa, Tangier Orange Pillow)
Just wanted to pop in and post about these adorable new posters from Swedish artist Camilla Engman of Studio Morran. They are so charming and clever and I really appreciate her sense of color. They would be perfect in a little cabin in the woods.
Doesn't this sound like a blast? Following Sibella Court through the fabulous gardens at Glenmore House in Australia to make an eclectic and natural tablescape? A lovely lunch and picnic made from the garden's bounty is included. What fun! Info is here.