by Kate Farley
Repeating patterns can soothe or energize us, bringing joy and harmony to everyday life. Repeat Printed Pattern for Interiors explores the power repeat patterns hold over us and what goes into creating original, effective printed designs.
Includes interviews with some of the best contemporary pattern designers working today: Angie Lewin, Deborah Bowness, Eley Kishimoto, Emma J. Shipley, Galbraith & Paul, Neisha Crosland, Orla Kiely OBE, Sarah Campbell and Timorous Beasties. Each interview covers the designer’s practice and ethos and includes a deconstruction of one design, with discussion of initial sketches, details of design development, manufacturing insights and images of final products.
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A project I worked on with Sure Miller from Mad Cow Interiors made it into
Sept 28th 2022 online edition of Living etc.
Boho Living Rooms –
The 9 rules interior designers use to make spaces feel full of personality
Written by Fleur Britten
My work with Hornsea Potteries is discussed in this article written by Author Dominic Luytens for Effect Magazine
How mid-century British heritage brands are evolving into modern design icons.
Are design icons frozen in time, or can they evolve for new generations without diluting what made them classic? Effect Magazine’s Dominic Lutyens looks at modern interpretations of British mid-century heritage brands Anglepoise, Ercol and Hornsea Pottery to find out.
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My work with Hornsea Pottery got a four page feature in
Yorkshire Living Magazine written by editor Catherine Turnbull.
16 WAYS TO EMBRACE LIVING ROOM WALLPAPER IDEAS IN YOUR DESIGN – No. 6. FAKE A BOOKSHELF!
Written by Huge Metcalf
Illusion in Design: New Trends in Architecture and Interiors
by Author Paul Gunther & Gay Giordano
Very pleased to have my work included in this new book containing “Cutting-edge examples of the use of optical illusion in design”. This magical volume presents the startling world of illusion in design as employed by today’s architects, interior designers, furniture designers, and others at work bending the appearance of reality for purposes of aesthetics or practicality or fun.
Publish Date: March 29, 2022
ELLE Deco MARCH MOOD BOARD – SPICE UP LIFE
with HEIRLOOM-Coffee Set Border
Love Pattern and Colour: The essential guide
Bursting with beautiful images of pattern designs from all over the world, this book shows how clever use of pattern can change a room.
Inspiration for an Individual Home
Delighted to have my wallpapers featured on 5 pages of this interiors book written by Ali Heath & styled by Lynda Gardener
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
The Print Room gets listed in Elle Deco along side Tom Dixon and the James Dyson foundation.
8 CREATIVE CLASSES, KITS AND IDEAS TO KEEP YOU SANE DURING LOCKDOWN
Meet the designers sparking our creativity with online classes, kits and ideas for you to try at home By KATE WORTHINGTON
Pattern Book Edit
Full of character, Bowness’s buildable wallpaper adds pattern and cheeky faux architectural detail to a room….
25 Space-Saving Ideas For Small Bedrooms That Will Also Save Your Sanity
BY Hadley Mendelsohn
The ‘Calming Hues’ of Ledger Paper.
Authors: Anthony Wells-Cole and Barbara Walker.
Published by the Leeds Art Fund. Distributed by D & M Heritage Ltd.
A Stunning, large format illustrated catalogue of the wallpapers at Temple Newsam, one of the few significant collections in this country. Though many rooms were damaged or stripped of their papers, an enormous amount of conservation work has been achieved over several decades. Not least, a new company – the now famous Zoffany & Co.- was created to make meticulous reproductions of some of the wallpapers based on fragments. The wall coverings at Temple Newsam date from about 1700 to the present day, including half a century of rather unsympathetic redecoration from the 1930’s on. Most of the historic Temple Newsam wallpapers have been found since 1979 during structural repair works and during restoration of the house between 1980 and 2009.
Listed in October’s coast amongst the 10 best coastal designer makers.
Clash, bang, wallop. That’s the new interiors motto. No more matching or cautious co-ordinating: it’s now all about the clash.
Authors: Elizabeth Wilhide & Jonathan Glancey
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Design: The Whole Story takes a close look at the key developments, movements and practitioners of design around the world, from the beginnings of industrial manufacturing to the present day. Organized chronologically, it locates design within its technological, cultural, economic, aesthetic and theoretical contexts.
Homes & Gardens Designer Awards 2016: winners revealed
It is with great excitement that we reveal this year’s winners of the Homes & Gardens Designer Awards 2016. The event took place at the British Museum in London, and the evening was opened with a key note speech by John Mathers, CEO of the Design Council, who shared an interesting insight into the importance of the design industry in Britain’s trade and economy.
Homes & Gardens Designer Awards 2016: Surface Designer shortlist
This year’s shortlist demonstrates how pattern and texture can transform a 2-D surface. Find out more about Helliot & Co, Deborah Bowness and Kangan Arora…
Lifestyle special: We can’t wait for winter!
Dark nights, icy mornings, rainy Sundays – bring them on, we say! Stylist Selina Lake shows us how to cosy up our homes and turn the coldest season into the coolest.
Becca surges back to life.
Becca Hall became an electricity board powerhouse in the 1950s but a fearless bid to turn it back into a family home has been a huge success. Sharon Dale reports.
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