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DONATELLO INDIGO CREAM with writing

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DONATELLO CREAM INDIGO with writing

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Fern Cottage, The Island of Mull, photographed by Mark Watts Photography
Fern Cottage, The Island of Mull, photographed by Mark Watts Photography

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.


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

DONATELLO INDIGO CREAM with writing

TOILE ALBERT

LOTUS FOND DE LEAU

TICINO-VPARNASSO-2

TEMPESTA-22

TOILE DES LAPINS BLUE1

DONATELLO CREAM INDIGO with writing

Lifestyle Shots

Fern Cottage, The Island of Mull, photographed by Mark Watts Photography
Fern Cottage, The Island of Mull, photographed by Mark Watts Photography