Introducing two new styles - Judd and Marfa!
I'm very partial when it comes to anything stripy, so it will come to no surprise why I love using a simple stick/line/dash print in a lot of my work. I'm always looking for ways to reimagine this simple shape and continue coming back to it time and time again. It's also proven to be popular with you, my dear customer. It's no wonder, as it's an easy print to combine with other prints, it's gender neutral and there's something so clean and concise about it that it suits a myriad of environments and aesthetics. So, big love to stripy prints all around!
Back to the new collections, though. Both feature simple, broken line prints in two types of linen and colour schemes. Judd and Marfa were inspired by the work of American artists Donald Judd and his ranch in Marfa, Texas where his foundation and a lot of his work is located.
The Marfa colourway is warm like the Texan desert hues, printed on undyed, natural, medium and heavy weight linen. The Judd is printed onto light grey, melange linen using a palette of a muddy blue, mustard, nude and white. Colours were custom mixed to create two warm palettes and a touch of white in both designs give the linen a fresh, contemporary feel and look.
Coming soon to our online store - cushions, throw towels and table linen.