We love to look through our Instagram tags and see how designers from all over the world use our fabrics, cushions and rugs. Each week our Design Team sits down to explore the schemes that you put together. We’d like to share 5 interiors that have recently caught our attention…
This sweet window scene by @thehouseupstairs was a joy to come across. Not only are we dog lovers, but we spotted our Lost and Found fabric as seat cushions on these lovely mid-century bamboo chairs.
Next up, we have @Susandeliss who has used our Rick Rack fabric on the curtains in this beautiful Scottish country house. Susan has mixed our contemporary fabric design with this antique dresser, creating a unique space to dine in. Rick Rack is an effortlessly fun, large scale design. It is a mix of printed linen and embroidery, created as part of our collection with Christopher Farr Cloth.
It is always great to see these final installation pictures, but seeing the creative process like this moodboard with our Graphic Rug for Annie Selke is so inspiring. Here, @pernillainteriors has used it in combination with a rich and vibrant scheme – we can’t wait to see the finished look!
This wonderful, light filled study grabbed our attention immediately. Interior designer @nouska_design has used our Mythical Land wallpaper on the walls. It has created a warm and enchanting space, which we’re sure will make working in this office more inspiring.
Finally, we loved coming across a couple of our cushions in this interior scheme by @gordondufflinton. On the sofa you can spot a cushion in our Loom Weave fabric, and another cushion in our Lost and Found fabric, both designed for Christopher Farr. It is great to see these earthy tones complement the antique chest and artwork above, creating a well layered room filled with texture.