12 June 2018

CARDS + HOME - i ended up here

I Ended Up Here are creators of quality paper products and homewares designed by Dan Adams. Dan began his career in the UK but is now based in Australia. He has been busy designing for other companies, but decided to found I Ended Up Here as a platform for his own aesthetic. His stylish graphic illustrations feature on greetings cards, tea towels, cushions and a new range of bamboo plates that are 100% biodegradable and perfect for the table or wall. Dan works closely on the business with his sister-in-law Claire who is based in the UK and attends trade shows such as The Spring Fair. Stockists for I ended Up Here in the UK include The Conran Shop, Liberty, and the Tate Modern. See the full range of products online here.

FABRICS - shirley copperwhite for camelot

Today we have some lovely new fabrics with colourful prints by Shirley Copperwhite Designs. Spring Birds, which launched at the Quilt Fair in Portlan Oregon, is the second collection Shirley has created for Camelot Fabrics. Spring Birds comes in three different colourways : Custard, Light Blue, or Purple and will be in stores for December 2018.

11 June 2018

NEW WORK - the printed peanut

I love to see my regular newsletter from The Printed Peanut and see what is new with designer Louise Lockhart. There are plenty of new colourful greetings cards, tea towels and screen printed Indian textiles used to make washbags and quilts. Another lovely new arrival are concertina books for your mantelpiece or shelf featuring ornaments, animals or houseplants. Not to mention new soaps in sweet illustrated packaging and a fun Dog Risograph print. And there is more exciting news - Louise has collaborated with Anthropologie in the US to create a fabulous range of children's products. Scroll down to see more or go online to The Printed Peanut Shop.

Below we have the kids collection Louise Lockhart of The Printed Peanut has designed for Anthropolgie. The range features a toddler quilt, pillows, shams, and play tent.