A gentle stylised design showing a bird, flowers and leaves As in nature, the markings of feather and wing help camouflage her and the fabric becomes less illustrative and more of a playful mix of shapes, colours and motifs. A clever fabric to help combine different colours in a scheme.
Taking inspiration from the abundance of fauna in a recently created pond, I became obsessed with the mass of waterlilies and their pleasing shaped leaves hence the name of this design! Printed on a toothsome linen ground which combines beautifully with the painterly brushstrokes of the original artwork.
Strings of joined, embroidered dots wind their way up the length of this gorgeous fabric the herringbone ground contrasts nicely with the soft sheen of the embroidery giving a very subtle decorative effect. The most perfect textile for curtains in both contemporary and more traditional rooms.