Vibrant, joyful, and oh so painstaking all at the same time! This is the work of Sydney based artist Liz Payne. I found her work on Instagram, which is where most of the work above comes from. Her fin
Katie Loves …the wow factor of this natural dye method! Use a hammer to pound out the colors from your favorite petals onto a piece of cotton or canvas. Photo: Milliande Art Studio
Wardrobe is almost like a fairytale. Josef Frank doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima'.
The solution: Printing my own pattern using basic cotton fabric, leftover latex paint, and a stencil.
bird chinoiserie wallcovering | Inspiration – Chinoiserie……….
Fantastic representation of antique furniture restored with a modern twist.
Entirely hand-painted with a kalam (bamboo pen) using natural dyes and resist technique on handspun and hand-woven cotton and are reproductions of early 18th century chintz in V&A collection.
personalised oak doorstop by alex pole ironwork | notonthehighstreet.com…
Wildflower meadow greeting card, machine embroidered stitched fabric applique. Birthday blank. Seed heads, nature, wildlife
fell in love with this from a british home magazine