Inspired by a Chinese embroidery made towards the end of the 19th century, this popular 1930’s design would’ve been imported from east to west when its cheerful style was first in vogue. Surface printing captures a decorative, hand printed look on a lovely chalky ground.
This intricately woven decorative jacquard fabric was inspired by an Uzbekistani suzani from the Sanderson archive. The handcrafted feel of the original textile has been beautifully captured and shown here in two new colourways.
This wonderfully soft cotton velvet with jacquard weft detail was designed in the Sanderson studio. Its durable and an excellent choice for upholstery, with a forest of gingko and bonsai trees creating a stunning treetop canopy.
Inspired by authentic Indienne textiles, originally produced in the east and manufactured in Europe, this interpretation was designed in the Sanderson studio. Produced using transitional colourways, stylised peacocks and tropical birds perch upon well spaced branches in a range of delicate watercolour tones.
The Blueberry colourway is printed on satin and both the Gosling Yellow and Cinnabar Red colourways are on 100% linen and suitable for drapes only.