The original traditional Kenyan basket, laboriously crafted from thin hand-twisted sisal fibres that are dyed using natural plants. The groups producing these baskets have creative freedom, weaving patterns of their choice with a natural colour palette - making each one unique.
Matthew Williamson’s love of colour, pattern and texture has been paired with Osborne & Little’s savoir faire in furnishing fabrics and wallpaper for home interior decoration. The peacock feather has become synonymous with Matthew Williamson: first featured in the 1997 debut collection ‘Electric Angels’, it remains an enduring motif of the brand.The motif is given a new exotic interpretation with the use of tiny beads.
Florida Design Magazine - BRITISH COLONIAL GRACE RECOLLECTED The sapphire waters of the pool beckon, just steps outside the pool house’s French doors. The ivy-covered retreat was a necessity for the owner, who enjoys the company of friends and family. Surrounded by stately Royal palms, this lush outdoor setting suits its Palm Beach locale.