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The Cloth House comes up trumps again with this set of deliciously rich cotton prints. Now all I need is the Spitalfields house I’d like to decorate with them…


I’m lining up to watch the film “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel” and can’t stop thinking about this fabulous crimson interior with all it’s strength and vibrant patterning layered up together. And she sits, wonderfully bold in front of it all, like a silhouette. Very clever and I love it.


Amy Sia‘s washy watercolour textiles are splashy, and vibrant, and will brighten any room you throw them into.


This article illuminates William Nicholson, the artist behind this, and many other sensitive, sensual works.


Oh, and while we’re on the subject… Ilse Crawford’s take on this wonderful, classic Artek Armchair 400 would always be welcome in my home. Just perfectly pure.

Today, this chair pleases me… Apparently it’s from Anthropologie.

a textile design detail from an album of designs by William Kilburn (1745-1818), at the