Chinoiserie heaven

Sarah Hardaker Chinoiserie Peapod large scale green pink floral linen


Chinoiserie, a decorative style used in art, furniture and fabric in the 18th century, was a European interpretation and imitation of Chinese and East Asian artistic traditions.  As a style, chinoiserie is characterised by exuberant decoration and subject matter that focuses on subjects thought by colonial-era Europeans to be typical of Chinese culture.  Sarah Hardaker has a fantastically useable and modern take on this style with her large scale Chinoiserie linen shown here in Peapod, £54m from

Kate Forman Red Velvet


Soft pinky red luscious velvet, £81/m from

Fired Earth Bone White


A soft and warm grey, Bone White paint is £55 2.5l from

Sarah Hardaker Majolica Stripe Ballerina pink stripe linen


Suitable for occasional upholstery, this imperfect stripe linen, Majolica Stripe in Ballerina is £54m from

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