Nina Campbell: Autumn 2018 Textile Collection

Nina Campbell’s collection of printed and embroidered fabrics was inspired by the 17th and 18th century French vogue for textile designs originally produced in East India and traded via the Compagnie des Indes.
These were given the generic name of Les Indiennes. Nina updates her iconic palette of blues, aquas and corals by adding exciting new colour combinations which pair black with emerald, red with teal and by mixing aqua with taupe and ochre.

Les Indiennes

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Les Indiennes – A paisley inspired ogee design is printed on linen-union offering both rich colour combinations and a gentle grey for a contemporary twist.

Baville

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Baville – A mid-scale composition of Indian flowers which is a lighter companion to complement the larger pattern LES INDIENNES. Printed on linen-union and named after a 17th century château.

Nemours

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Nemours – A free-flowing floral trail embroidered on a linen ground. Nemours is a town in the Île-de-France region with a 12th century château.

Garance

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Garance – Star-shaped flowers set in roundels printed on a dotted background on a linen-union. The root of the Garance plant is used in traditional textile dyeing.

Arles

Arles – A jacquard composed of a delicate ombré wave pattern that has the feel of dappled light on water is woven in harmonious colour combinations. The city of Arles in south-west France was known as a centre for the sale of products in the Indienne style.

Bonnelles

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Bonnelles – An all-over pattern of artisanal leaf motifs hand block-printed onto linen. The leaves are framed with handmade embroidery highlighted with contrasting coloured dots. Named after the mid-19th century château in Les Yvelines built for the duchesse d’Uzès, heiress to the Veuve Clicquot champagne fortune.

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12 Modern Farmhouse Wallpapers to complete the look

The modern farmhouse decor craze is on the rise, and for good reason. Taking all the sweetness of the simple country life and applying that to modern living spaces truly provides a cozy and comfortable warmness that anybody can enjoy within their home.

This top 20 list of wallpapers is for those seeking to complete the entire aesthetic. We’ve compiled our favorite Designer’s Guild prints for wallcoverings that encompass that true to heart modern farmhouse feel.

We’ll start things off with vibrant and expressive florals.

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Couture Rose in fuchsia room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
Couture Rose - DESIGNER'S GUILD
Couture Rose – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Pavonia in saffron room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Pavonia – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Tulipani in amethyst room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Tulipani – DESIGNER’S GUILD

If your design moment is leading towards the minimal side, but you’re not quite satisfied with bare white walls, these muted soft florals add delicacy and detail in desired places. The intricate lines on top cream and white backgrounds is sometimes all you need.

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Magnolia Tree in linen room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
Magnolia Tree - DESIGNER'S GUILD wallpaper
Magnolia Tree (alabaster) – DESIGNER’S GUILD
Jacaranda - DESIGNER'S GUILD wallpaper
Jacaranda – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Yukata in lapis room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
Yukata - DESIGNER'S GUILD wallpaper
Yukata – DESIGNER’S GUILD

Venturing away from florals, stripes are an easy way to bring that warm southern hospitality vibe into your living space. Paired with the right decor, you’ll feel like you’re living in the countryside.

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Pinstripe in lapis room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
Pinstripe (lapis) - DESIGNER'S GUILD
Pinstripe (lapis) – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Parchment Stripe in burnished pewter room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Parchment Stripe (burnished pewter) – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Pembroke in peony room shot – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Pembroke (peony) – DESIGNER’S GUILD

Simple geometry never disappoints, and neither do these simplistic geometric wallpapers for just the right amount of detail.

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Giuliano (pearl) - DESIGNER'S GUILD wallpaper
Giuliano (pearl) – DESIGNER’S GUILD
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Giuliano (graphite) – DESIGNER’S GUILD

To check out our entire Designer’s Guild wallpaper collection, click here. We hope you enjoyed this list of Modern Farmhouse wallpapers.

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Scalamandre is bringing you to Botany Bay

 Scalamandre fabrics has released a new spirited print, ‘Botany Bay’.

The English Dorset Coast was the inspiration for this design featuring a refreshed 19th century English archival print of pheasants perched on robust floral branches.

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Scalamandre – ‘Botany Bay’ in Black Ruby

The Black Ruby colorway of this Scalamandre print is deeply detailed. Warm golden and amber walnut tones emerge from the dark background to compliment the jade and grassy tones of the leafage.

You’ll notice small other pops of color such as sky blue and sapphire scattered throughout for extra variety and depth.

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Scalamandre – ‘Botany Bay’ in Sky Blue

For those interested in a more traditional light-hearted take, the sky blue colorway is gentle and breezy.

The pale blue background surrounds the brighter more vibrant pheasants and the mixed olive branches that support the floral formations.

The Reeves Pheasant was introduced to England in 1831 by British naturalist John Reeves and has since inspired a multitude of English hand block prints, many of which are now digitally printed.

This beautifully detailed bird placed upon saturated florals and strong branches is a must-have for anyone seeking a modern intricate floral that is intriguing and striking.

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‘Botany Bay’ Sky Blue on the drapes

If you’re interested in shopping these brand new patterns, we make it simple. Pricing and fabric information is available by clicking on any of the desired patterns.

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Designer’s Guild Wallpaper: Essence of Spring

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We’re at the turn of a season, Spring is coming to a near close as Summer approaches. With thoughts of somber rain clouds, and tranquil showers leading to delicate blooms these five Designer’s Guild wallpapers genuinely capture the perfect essence of Spring. Featuring soft white and gray tones, as well as deep and lighter hues of ultra violet.

Beginning with the showers, Delahaye Zinc, and Corneille Fuchsia represent the velvety gray clouds of April. Delahaye Zinc uses abstract paint formations ranging from white and gray speckles to dramatic strokes and drizzles like rain washing away the blue sky.