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ECKINGTON with writing

CHALVINGTON2 with writing

BLUSH-CORAIL-22

DONATELLO FRAMBOISE

DONATELLO OLD ROSE with writing

KALAMITSI ORIG

LITTLE STRIPE RED with writing

SOUNION

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Interior design Pearl Lowe, photographed by Owen Gale, House & Garden Magazine, July 2020

Donatello


This design is a taken from an early 18th Century Italian ‘end paper’ book. The gentle and laid-back aesthetic is achieved by its blotch and mottled texture which is a hallmark characteristic of so many NHL prints. Available in many colour variations, this small scale design is complimentary to many schemes.

Coordinating fabric available


  • Code: W15
  • Width: 52cm
  • Repeat: 13.5cm
  • Length: 10m
  • Colours: 
Indigo
W15 – 01
Seaglass
W15 – 04
Lilac
W15 – 02
Smoke
W15 – 05
Artichoke
W15 – 03
Framboise
W15 – 06

We recommend using a good quality pre-prepared paste and following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Cover Image: Interior design Pearl Lowe, photographed by Owen Gale, House & Garden Magazine, July 2020


This design is a taken from an early 18th Century Italian ‘end paper’ book. The gentle and laid-back aesthetic is achieved by its blotch and mottled texture which is a hallmark characteristic of so many NHL prints. Available in many colour variations, this small scale design is complimentary to many schemes.

We recommend using a good quality pre-prepared paste and following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Coordinating fabric available


  • Code: W15
  • Width: 52cm
  • Repeat: 13.5cm
  • Length: 10m
  • Colours: 
Indigo
W15 – 01
Artichoke
W15 – 03
Smoke
W15 – 05
Lilac
W15 – 02
Seaglass
W15 – 04
Framboise
W15 – 06

Complementary Fabrics

Visual Portfolio, Posts & Image Gallery for WordPress

ECKINGTON with writing

CHALVINGTON2 with writing

BLUSH-CORAIL-22

DONATELLO FRAMBOISE

DONATELLO OLD ROSE with writing

KALAMITSI ORIG

LITTLE STRIPE RED with writing

SOUNION

Lifestyle Shots

Interior design Pearl Lowe, photographed by Owen Gale, House & Garden Magazine, July 2020