In Elle Decorations latest issue (April) they celebrate 25 years of style through PATTERN! and I am delighted that they selected my fabrics to feature alongside some of the biggest names surface pattern design.
Selected were two of my key designs Rosa Blue which was featured in the biannual pattern book;
as well as the lovely Viaduct, which we had made especially into a chair and a footstool for the feature.
You are very welcome to pre-order your footstool, just email me with your interest: email@example.com
Hello all, It has been a busy and a happy start to 2014 here in the studio, and we are very excited to introduce our latest limited collection of homewares for Heals which include Trays and Teatowels.
My fabric has been beautifully pressed and finished into these Scandinavian birch trays 43x33cm, and I am very pleased with the end result. They really look quite special in the flesh, so make sure you take yourself down to Heals and have a look!
I also designed an exclusive piece for Heals to fit specifically in with their pink to pastels spring theme.
‘Fields edge’ is created from a loose pastels sketch and the texture from the illustration combined with the fabric coming through the tray makes it, really quite special and unique.
Be quick, only 100 of these were ever made!!
Lastly, my best selling designs (alongside a few new ones) have been turned into tea-towels, so to brighten up your kitchen, or perhaps to wrap a gift, go get yourself one, these are selling quick! extremely good value at £12 each.
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31st July 2013
It has been extremely busy here in the studio lately, between hand sewing orders and developing some new designs to take us into 2014, I have also managed to pull off a rather nice photo-shoot, with a little help from some friends.
Last week, myself, my friend Rachel, and my assistant Anna, crammed into my bedroom, on one of the hottest days of the year, and these are the results:
9th July 2013
One of my greatest sources for inspiration lies within Architecture. When looking for something to inspire my geometrics, I find the algorithmic patterns in architecture an instant fix.
My pattern everywhere board in pinterest is becoming a regular go to source these days….I find stumbling upon something myself becomes more and more remote the busier I get.
If I am not hard at work in my studio, you will most likely find me in my garden, and right now, with this gorgeous weather, I am finding it very very hard to think past anything non-floral!
I like to take direct inspiration from my surroundings, so that there is a story inherent in every design I create…..
So, perhaps one day I will set myself off on a ‘research trip’ and visit all these places of wonder featured on my pinterest boards… now, that IS something wonderful to aim for…
5 July 2013
The sun is finally out so we are in a very good mood! Rather than a summer sale this year we are offering 20% off everything for one week only! Enjoy this lovely promotion and shop now! www.imogenheath.com. Just enter SUNSHINEPROMO13 at the checkout, when you go to pay. Offer ends midnight, 12 July.
26 June 2013
We have teamed up with Sofa.com to bring you a competition to win a pair of our very popular geometric Allegro cushions! We were very flattered when Sofa.com asked to use a variety of our cushions for a photoshoot to launch their newest range of sofas, Maltby and Eva. To enter the competition check out the Sofa.com Facebook page. Good luck!
25th June 2013
I’m loving these quilts by Meg Callaghan. After browsing the internet for inspiration (as well as my never ending hunt to own the most beautiful quilt ever!) I found these and just had to share them with you.
In Meg Callaghan’s own words: “Ada Quilt, with its symmetry and asymmetrical nuances, started as a sketch and stayed that way until the mistakes suddenly turned into deliberate design decisions” and “Spine Quilt, channels strength of repetition and demands presence with its sharp linear forms”.
Inspired and interested in keepsakes, landscapes and instructions manuals, Meg’s work is centred on creating objects that focus on the beauty of construction.