Source: Edge of the Meadow & Contrado
Gathering ideas from my very own garden for SS 2018.
Snippets of inspiration this week…
I am looking forward to beginning a new range…
A whimsical garden… A walk through an English country garden inspired this limited edition silk scarf. There was something very magical and whimsical about the garden that I wanted to captur…
A whimsical garden…
A walk through an English country garden inspired this limited edition silk scarf. There was something very magical and whimsical about the garden that I wanted to capture in this piece. A silk wrap, perfect for adding a vibrant touch to a tailored suit or dress. Think wedding, opera or garden party. When it is opened out to the full length of 200cm, the symmetrical layout is striking and drapes gracefully around the shoulders. Habotai silk is luxurious, extremely light and warm making it an elegant alternative to a cardigan ( with a dress ) or chunky scarf ( with jeans)
If you would like to see more have a browse through our gallery….
Spring to the Edge of the Meadow
Our double sided cotton scarves lined with chiffon, allow you to accessorise well into spring, wrapping up for cooler days, or adding a bright accent to an outfit.Each print is carefully designed with a lot of attention given to the overall composition so that it shows off the print to the max when it is worn.
The exclusive one off print makes it a unique, luxurious gift, or a special treat for yourself. Below is a collage of pictures revealing a glimpse into where my inspiration came from…mainly the glorious Hampshire countryside.
Exploring Ice Fractals
Frozen Foam , Richmond N. Yorks
Frost on Glass
Unlikely Sources of Inspiration…
I have taken thousands of pictures for design inspiration!
Here are some from the “Geometric /Manmade ” category.
From top left: Wire basket, Shadow from a garden chair, Shadow of wrought iron gate and chicken wire against foliage
At home, inspiration is always where I least expect it. This board features a series of pics I took with my i phone whilst washing up. All mundane tasks deserve a splash of colour!
Perhaps this was the catalyst for my bright tea towel prints?