Captivated by the vintage vibe in the air, the Sanderson studio have delved into the archive to create a collection of favourite patterns from the early to mid-20th century, bringing them back to life so that they can be used in fresh and original ways in contemporary interiors. The design team have referred back to the original documents to exquisitely reinterpret the print marks, capturing all of the character of block printing, misfits, overprinting and all. The collection is not only a revival of much loved designs such as Chelsea, Salad Days and Cecile Rose, to name but a few, it is also a celebration of craftsmanship and artistry of designers and printers of bygone days.
There is no right or wrong way to use these patterns – rooms can be quirky or bohemian, or simply choose one pattern as an accent piece in an otherwise pared back elegant room. One thing is for sure, there are endless possibilities for the creation of interiors full of warmth and character!
Offering a more relaxed elegance are two delightful jacquard collections whose European linen feel qualities create an air of easy sophistication. Sorilla Damask Weaves presents a jacquard reinterpretation of the enduringly popular Sorilla, combined with a flax stripe and small scale linen damask. Kerry completes this story in a fabulous range of contemporary colours.