Daydreams Collection for Osborne & Little
The latest collection for Osborne & Little is inspired by childlike daydreams and reminiscing over a Californian road trip. Key prints include Tiger Grove (left) with toucans, tigers and parrots coming to life amongst orange groves in the digital print. Meanwhile Celestial is a large-scale wrap-around night sky and Chateau features hand-drawn scrolls, plaster and aged stonework with leopards and butterflies to highlight.
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“With my wallpaper collections I’ve always aimed to create mood-enhancing designs to lift the spirits. A philosophy which has never felt more poignant than now.”
“This has always been my moda operandi right from childhood observing the positive effects my mother had on others as she prided herself on her appearance. She took the time to paint her nails, do her hair and dressed to feel good and lift her mood. Her uplifting outlook and guidance had a profound effect on me and led me to a 20 year career in fashion where I focused on that singular aim – to make clothes to make someone feel better.”
“This optimistic approach to design stood me in good stead and enabled me to build a brand with a clear and strong dna initially in fashion and more recently in interior design.”
“I’ve been designing wallpapers for the past 7 years for Osborne & Little with annual collections. My latest collection, launched this spring, is perhaps my favourite to date. It’s called Daydreams and was inspired by a trip I took to California last spring with my four-year-old daughter, Skye. We travelled to LA, Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and San Francisco.”
“Whilst the collection began life with a distinctly American slant, over time and back in the studio it developed a broader theme which for me was about childlike memories and story telling. I wanted to capture the time spent with my daughter, create magical landscapes which would hold up to the test of time and capture a joyful trip full of wonder and nostalgic memories.”
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