If you’re a regular reader of Flowerona, you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of Glasgow-based interior textiles company, Bluebellgray.
So, when I went to a recent trade show in London, it was such a treat to see their new Spring/Summer 2013 Blossom Collection.
Fi Douglas, who set up the company, has been inspired by a recent trip to Japan.
And the result is some new stunning watercolour florals in which she’s captured the beauty of Japan’s pink blossom.
The designs, which include Miki, Emmi and Maura, can be appreciated either as fabric or cushions.
Simply hover your mouse over the images to see the names of the designs…
Also new to Bluebellgray is this abstract style fabric called James…
And these gorgeous cushions called Bella, Taransay and Betty…
Bluebellgray’s new Spring/Summer 2013 Blossom Collection is available from March.
And all of the designs would certainly add a wonderful touch of spring to your home.
Each one is painted by hand before being printed onto natural cottons and linens using state of the art printing technology.
P.S. Here’s an interview with Fi that I featured on Flowerona in 2011.
(Images : David Cadzow/Bluebellgray)