Leighton House, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was once the home of the artist Frederic, Lord Leighton. The fabrics shown here are inspired by this remarkable house.
Leighton House, with its stunning architecture and ceramics, intricate mosaics and Isnic tiles with softly imperfect geometrics, lend themselves to my hand-worked approach to design. The colour palette, drawn from the heady splendour of the Arab Hall, is dominated by striking cobalts and aquamarine, punctuated with rusty-red marsala and accented with gold.
This striking and versatile collection of luxurious fabrics takes the Moorish tradition and reimagines this for contemporary interiors. Suitable for a wide range of soft furnishings, upholstery and home accessories, this collection also includes printed cottons and wallpaper.