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This striking collection of cushions is being manufactured in Britain for the British 2012 Olympic Games by official licensee Jan Constantine.
Jan, who is renowned for her hand-embroidered textiles, is printing the cushions with vintage posters from past Olympic Games that are reproduced from the Historic Collection of the Olympic Museum.
Traditional decorating themes have been brought right up to date, with James Hareâ€™s new Westbury Silks, a co-ordinated collection of new neutrals and raised embroidery in luxurious silks and linens.
Silk Circles features raised appliquÃ©d silk circles on contrasting linen/silk backgrounds.
A glorious new addition for Spring 2012 has been introduced to the John Lewis cushion departmentâ€¦
These charming bluebellgray cushions, created by Fi Douglas, feature bold brushstroke flower designs in wonderful lively colours.
White Rabbit England has introduced Bramble and Dewdrop cushions to charm your little ones and transport them away to an enchanted land of pixies, fairies, imps and elves, while sleeping.
The cushions are charming and feature the same design as the illustrations on White Rabbit Englandâ€™s fabulous toadstool nightlights – the Bramble and Dewdrop lamps.
The illustrations depict all sorts of woodland creatures from fairies to frogs, showing the fascinating woodland world, where many of our much loved childhood stories were based.
Ashley Wilde has introduced a new collection of â€˜historicalâ€™ bed linen, to mark the British participation in the Olympics over the years.
This retro design illustrates the UK’s rich tradition of hosting the Games, as well as the spirit and pride of true sportsmanship.
The design of this new bed linen is inspired by the preceding time the Olympic Games were held in London, in 1948:
Harlequin has carefully selected fabrics from its enormous portfolio of designs and textures, to create a lush assortment of twenty-nine cushions.
These lovely Harlequin-branded cushions will provide an attractive finishing touch to any room, either used individually or in an eye-catching group: The wide variety of â€˜looksâ€™ offered will complement both existing and new interior schemes and the designs include a selection of printed silks, velvets and enhancing weaves from Harlequin’s recent Amilie, Juniper, Momentum and Boutique Velvets collections. The cushions are supplied in a number of sizes and include a plump, feather-filled interior pad. They have been grouped into six evocative colour groups, for ease of selection: amethyst and linen; chartreuse and pewter; charcoal and silver; cranberry and hazel; pearl and hessian; duck egg and ivory.
The new cushions are available from Harlequin stockists throughout the UK.
This year, perhaps as a solution to the imminent depressing dismal days and long nights of winter, autumn interiors are presenting lots of colour.
Made-to-measure curtains in warm, earthy tones change a room into a warm space – making it snug and inviting.
The Artisan Collection from Montgomery echos the colours of the season – ember red, firework orange and the terracotta of turning leaves.
The Nomadic peoples of the remote Tien Shan Mountains in Kyrgyzstan are renowned for creating brightly coloured wool rugs for over two and a half thousand years.
Known as Shyrdaks, the rugs have a tough flattened felt base sewn with striking geometric patterns and are available from the Felt Rug Company.
Felt also supplies Shyrdak cushions… offered in a vivid array of colours and patterns, they make brilliant unique gifts and provide superb dÃ©cor pieces, suitable for both traditional and contemporary interiors.
A new range of accessories for the home has been introduced by Peacock Blue, some of which would also make ideal gifts.
The vintage style Silvered Candlesticks in our picture, are made from glass and have an antique silvered finish. They are available in two sizes: H20cm priced at Â£15 or H27.5cm at Â£26.
The Posy Cushions have an antique inspired print. These linen scatter cushions are woven in a linen mill in Scotland and printed in England, so are a real British product. Available in Old Blue, Ivory and Duck Egg with a natural coloured reverse.
The cushions measure 45 x 45cm and are priced Â£45 each.
The leading interiors company Harlequin has produced their first collection with Clarissa Hulse who is one of the brilliant British designers.
Kallianthi, which means ‘wild flowers’ in Ancient Greek, is a charming botanical-inspired collection, and demonstrates all her trademark style and distinctive characteristics; it will be launched at Decorex in September 2011.
Inspired by her love of plants, pressed flowers and all things botanical, long walks in the countryside and her half-Greek heritage, Clarissa has created a captivating range of prints, weaves and wallpapers, which manage to be simultaneously very modern, yet timeless in their appeal.