Jim’s Garden, from the very first collection, references Jim Thompson’s love of gardens in a painterly bouquet of roses mixed with more exotic tropical flowers.
Amasura is an all over paisley whose painterly brush marks enhance the slubby linen ground. The block-like effect of the unique print technique adds to the vintage feel of this useable design. Available in two original colourways and one new.
Phulkhari is a graphic interpretation of Suzhani embroidery, available in two new colourways.
The original reference for this stunning fabric was a hand-knotted, seventeenth-century silk carpet from the Ningxia region in China.
The original reference for this design recurs along the edge of the design ENTER THE DRAGONS but it has taken on its own life as a retro-reminiscent, stylish co-ordinate.
Inspired by a tile pattern in the background of a painting, AGIASOS is a charming geometric “trellis” pattern, any hard lines softened by the watercolour painting of the original artwork.
Wedding Parade is an exuberant and large scale depiction of Indian elephants, dancers, musicians and horsemen processing across the width of fabric.
Loosely based on a traditional floral rug design, this interpretation, printed on a lightweight rustic linen, has an informality and flow that moves it away from the original.