Kew Green – An overscaled tree of life in contemporary colourings. Deauville – A contemporary wave motif similar to the fabric. Diamond colours include turquoise with jade, aqua with royal blue, rose with pale green as well as garnet with rich reds and neutrals. Birdcage Walk – A combination of songbirds and gilt cages set on trailing branches printed on crisp cotton named after the famous approach to Buckingham Palace. These fabrics are suitable for drapery and domestic upholstery.
Portails – A vertical trail reminiscent of a paisley in pure perroqurt. This design was inspired by one of Nina’s favourite Parisian boutiques, Odorantes in the rue Madame, which is full of rare scented roses.
Promenade – Printed on a linen combination in the manner of a classic toile de Jouy, these park scenes are given a twist by being set in the ‘s and were taken from sketches in magazine articles of the period. It was the first brilliant cut diamond design and was developed by the midth century. Luxury, practicality and a sense of wit remain paramount in all of Nina’s sought-after collections”.
Rlock – Stylised thistles and leaves. Magnolia Terrace – Bold, stylised blooms of magnolia on a coloured linen combination ground. Three designs are on wide-width rolls 10m x Chardon – A large-scale pattern of stylised thistles and leaves on pure linen in bright pastels and dramatic dark colourways, chardon is the French for thistle.
Florissant – A damask of trailing blooms in monochrome colourings highlighted with mica and metallic.
Bovary Chenille – Nina Campbell expands the palette of this successful tonal fabric with the addition of eighteen new colourways including more pastel tones such as lilac and coral. Perroquet – A composition of colourful parrots, roses and ornamental cherries. Balustrade – A damask stripe reminiscent of Perrouet balconies. The illustrations are composed of outline drawings highlighted with colourwash.
These fabrics are suitable for drapery and domestic upholstery. This fabric is washable. Magnolia Campbelli – A botanical trail in two dramatic colourings of red and black, and softer tones. Aquarium – An underwater scene of fantastical marine life printed in multicoloured jewel tones.
Jalousie – A metallic fretwork of medium scale, a jalousie is a lattice work found in a harem and its literal meaning is jealousy. Diamond colours include turquoise with jade, aqua with royal blue, rose with pale green as well as garnet with rich reds and neutrals.
Cypres – Rows of finely drawn cypress trees, taken from an embroidery. This florist shop has an enchanting decor featuring stuffed birds hence the name perroquet, French for parrot.
Perroquet Stripe – A pure flock stripe composed of broad and narrow bands. Kew Green – An overscaled tree of life in contemporary colourings. Bovary – A floral trail in delicate monochromes.
Gold stripe wallpaper
Fleur de Lys Court – The traditional heraldic emblem is given a modern two-tone coloured treatment on a basket weave of pure linen.
A direct co-ordinate for the printed fabric of the same name. Veneziano – The grand fabric damask design is reproduced in metallic and mica on a brushstroke ground. Birdcage Walk – A combination of songbirds and gilt cages set on trailing branches named after the famous approach to Buckingham Palace. All of the patterned designs have direct co-ordinates in Perroquet Wallpapers.
Gustave Flaubert was leader of the 19th century naturalist school, his most famous work being Madame Bovary Deauville – A contemporary wave motif similar to the fabric. Huguenot Stripe – A silhouette lace stripe, broadly spaced with one stripe per drop of wallpaper. Manaus – A large-scale climbing palm leaf printed as flock, this design featured in the Amazonas fabric collection. Promenade – A ‘s park scene.