• Artistic instincts at Korla

    by  • October 28, 2016 • Fabric • 0 Comments

    passion-for-pattern-korla-fabricsFar from having us feeling blue, Korla’s new fabrics are sure to inspire a little artistic inspiration in all. Inky ikat prints and splatter designs sit alongside more ordered geometric patterns, bringing both spontaneity and smartness to interiors. Colours include an electric blue Ink, the calming Lake Green, an understated Steel tone and a softer Angel Blue. Our favourite? Quadria in Ink (shown on the headboards above), for its smart, block-print inspired design.

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    Architectural inspirations

    by  • October 27, 2016 • Fabric • 0 Comments

    lara-gorlach-passion-for-patternTextile designer Lara Görlach might have had a rural country upbringing, but her Autumn/Winter 2016/17 collection has its roots firmly in the historical city of Porto. Mimicking the strong lines, abstract shapes and intricate tiled surfaces found in the coastal haven, the Modern Revival collection explores rural architecture and structured buildings.

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    Andrew Martin thinks pink

    by  • October 21, 2016 • Fabric • 0 Comments

    andrew-martin-sami-pink-maurishka-passion-for-patternEschewing typical gender stereotypes, luxury interiors brand Andrew Martin has designed a range of pink fabrics for men. In line with 18th-century attitudes, which suggested men should paint their rooms pink and white to improve their moods while women more commonly wore blue, the Maurishka fabrics offer tactile luxury in pink hues for the modern day gentleman.

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    A world view

    by  • October 5, 2016 • Wallpaper • 0 Comments

    linwood-fable-wallpaper-passion-for-patternRunner-up for the Homes & Gardens 2016 Fabric Awards, Fable by Linwood is a collection of prints, weaves and wallpapers that draws influences from around the globe. Uhura (shown above and below) has a delicate floral design with Chinoiserie influence and is available in Chilli, Pearl, Indigo and Charcoal (from £130 for 10 metre roll).

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    Punchy stripes from Ptolemy Mann

    by  • April 27, 2016 • rugs • 0 Comments

    Ptolemy-Mann-Passionforpattern.com-How about pitter-pattering over these punchy new rug designs from Ptolemy Mann? A spectacle to behold, each design features Ptolemy’s unique ikat signature, with striking bands of colour set against neutral greys. Designed in collaboration with Julian Blair, co-founder of Rugmaker, each rug has been made using a specific dying technique which involves blending different colours to achieve a gentle, feathered effect.

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    Inky blue tableware from Cobaltum

    by  • April 12, 2016 • ceramics • 0 Comments

    Indigo-collective-passionforpattern.com-Impress dinner party guests with Cobaltum’s Indigo collection, which allows you to create your own tableware set by mixing and matching the designs. Dappled tie-dye effects and artistic marks adorn the plates, saucers, dishes and espresso cups, brining a splash of nautical fun to your china cupboard. Indigo collection, from £20, Cobaltum.

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    Tropical tastes: Halsted Qalakabusha Ottoman

    by  • April 11, 2016 • Furniture • 0 Comments

    Qalakabusha-Ottoman-Halsted-passionforpattern.com-6You might have spotted the Ardmore Qalakabusha sofa from African luxury brand Halsted in our April 2016 issue (or perhaps in the Bowling Alley of Kit Kemp’s Ham Yard Hotel, home to two of the 40 limited edition designs). If you liked what you saw, then feast your eyes on this; the new Qalakabusha Ottoman. Featuring a regal zebra ridden by a playful baboon, the piece incorporates many of the bold and colourful elements from Halsted’s The Ardmore Collection, showcasing vibrant colour with wild animal and tropical plant motifs.

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    Neisha Crosland’s new hand-embroidered fabrics

    by  • April 11, 2016 • Fabric • 0 Comments

    Neisha-Crosland-New-Hand-Embroidered-Fabrics-passionforpattern.comInspired by “anything and everything, from Jacobean bonnets to Russian Revolution art, from Ottoman Empire textiles to bubble wrap”, textile designer Neisha Crosland never disappoints with her unusual and beautifully intricate designs. In a collaboration with Chelsea Textiles, she has produced a new collection of embroideries taken from early scarf designs and unpublished artwork, inspired by trips to India and Japan. Mistletoe, Hawthorns and Bellfowers all feature in the collection. Above and below: Marguerite by Nesiha Crosland for Chelsea Textiles, 55% linen, 45% cotton, £428 per metre.

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    Bohemian beauty: Duresta for Matthew Williamson

    by  • April 7, 2016 • Furniture • 0 Comments

    DURESTA-Matthew-Williamson--passionforpattern.comIt would be impossible to share just one image from the recent Duresta for Matthew Williamson collection – so here’s three. The Nottingham-based sofa manufacturer and British fashion designer joined forces to create a bespoke furniture collection of classic and contemporary styles upholstered in an exclusive range of utterly Williamson-esque fabrics. (See the Margot Chair above in Marble Butterfly Jade, £2943, which marries a classic shape with Williamson’s signature aesthetic).

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    Aflair’s accessories for outdoor living

    by  • April 7, 2016 • Accessories, rugs • 0 Comments

    Aflair-Rugs-passionforpattern.comIn a palette of bright strawberry and lime tones, these new outdoor rugs from Aflair have summer written all over them. A combination of hard-wearing and lightweight fabrics make them a great option for poolside spaces, patios and gardens big or small. The only decision you’ll need to make is whether to opt for stripes or geometrics.

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