The beautiful works from Rose England are definitely ones to have your radar. These incredible illustrative prints often centre around nature, flora and fauna, and the wonderful colour palette is perfect for bringing warm colours to an interior. Browse her website or Instagram for the latest in the range.
Rose England is an artist, illustrator & print designer based in East London. Her most recent ‘London’ series takes its inspiration from the city that she calls her home. Rose brings to life some of the cities most iconic scenes through her bold, abstract, illustrative style. Shaped by a happy childhood spent on her fathers rose farm, her artworks often centre around elements from nature, with a particular focus on her greatest love, flowers.
Fill your kitchen and dining area with colour from the Anthropologie summer sale! Pattern, coloured illustrations and beautiful designs – there is lots to bring the sunshine inside; from crockery and ceramics to kitchen linen and other small homewares.
Love the new designs from Orla Kiely at John Lewis. This patchwork floral design on bedding, is a new version from the original infamous stem petal pattern.
£20 – £85
This design is a reimagining of the Orla Kiely archival stem petal design, paired with a dainty cup flower. Multi Patchwork bed linen is part of an exclusive collaboration with John Lewis & Partners that reflects a shared love of bold colour and a strong graphic style.
Hailed by many as the ‘Queen of Prints’, Orla Kiely is a prolific textiles designer who has won global acclaim for her kitsch and colourful designs.
Drawing inspiration from nature, her Irish heritage and her grandmother, she has encapsulated these elements in her prints, giving the fresh, vintage-inspired twist for which she is famous.
With prices from just £10 per roll there is plenty of wallpaper to give character and make your home beautiful with wall paper from Matalan. From varying colours of geometric patterns to botanical and jungle design, and modern marble to traditional check and floral, there’s plenty to suit all trends.
By definition ‘chintz’ is quite a broad term to describe a certain style of multi-floral, ‘twee’ or rather english country cottage-ish homewares and furnishings, but it can be many things to many people.
printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.
“floral chintz curtains”
….the grandparents overly floral sitting room with pot pourri and tasseled tie backs on curtains, dated china figurines and doilies on side tables, pinks and pastels and illustrated florals on every surface and what people often presume is behind every door to a thatch cottage and of course the decor to many a seaside B&B from the eighties.
Fast forward to modern day and there’s a surge in popularity for the chintz look with a subtle modern approach.
Many a crafty blogger or instagrammer is embracing the look and it’s encouraging a great push for upcycling, recycling and sourcing second hand pieces for the home – better for your bank account and better for the environment.
Layer up florals on fresh light painted backdrops. Use accessories in marble, metallics and ceramic. Cluster vases and ornaments and also play with clashing pattern sizes on cushions, furniture and curtains.
Wallpaper from £8 (sale) Dunelm / Bed £599 (sale) Made / Drinks trolley (newer style version now available) £228 Audenza
Make your dining experience more beautiful with this gorgeous ‘Jardin’ floral-print china range by Vera Wang For Wedgewood available from Selfridges online or at the London store.
Prices from £26
A truly iconic brand, Wedgewood relies upon over 250 years of expertise in its premium ceramics. Collaborating with the highly-coveted designer Vera Wang on its latest collection, the Jardin range is sculpted from fine glazed china and is decorated with metallic floral accents that showcase the fashion icon’s affinity for art and oriental-inspired elegance.