• Introducing Cloth & Clover

    by  • 26/04/2013 • Country style • 1 Comment

    Cloth & Clover are the new fabric brand on our radar thanks to a debut collection of four gorgeous designs, all printed on rustic linen in a variety of jolly spring colours from mellow pastels to rich earthy tones. The talent behind the designs is Tania McIvor who, with a background in designing home furnishings, decided to put a passion for print and textiles into action by creating her own collection.

    Reflecting Tania’s love of the English countryside the designs are all named after villages around Worcestershire where she grew up – what a lovely idea.

    Dormston is a garden inspired trailing floral; Pixley is an on-trend small scale geometric; The Littletons is a classic polka dot, that again is very on-trend for this season; and last but not least my personal favourite Peopleton, a playful figurative print of Mr Farmer and his animal friends – so cute!

    Fabrics from left, Peopleton, £68 a metre; Dormston, £68 a metre, by Cloth & Clover.

    Fabrics from left, Peopleton, £68 a metre; Dormston, £68 a metre, by Cloth & Clover.

    Cloth & Clover will be adding wallpapers and home accessories to the collection later this year, be sure to look out for them.

    The beautiful new collection by Cloth & Clover.

    The beautiful new collection by Cloth & Clover.

    One Response to Introducing Cloth & Clover

    1. 26/04/2013 at 11:41 pm

      Very pretty fabrics. I can see they would make a lovely accent feature in a room.

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