There is a whole lot of pretty going on in these stunning images featuring the new Designers Guild Kimono Blossom collection.
The delicate painterly patterns are inspired by Japanese watercolours.
Finely drawn floral designs feature magnolias, jacarandas and my favourite dahlias.
Soft but not wishy washy, the colour palette is fresh and uplifting.
It feels airy and light.
Pinks and lilacs feature but so too do watery shades of aqua and eau de nil and cobalt blue.
For me it's the linens - the very beautiful dip-dyed & softly tumbled Saraille, simple wide-width billowing Mazan stripes, & wonderful Brera linen checks & plains for upholstery, and all available in an amazing array of colours. They're soft, luxe and tactile, in that way that only linen can be.
How gorgeous is this contemporary version of a deep-button Chesterfield sofa?
Chalky white may not be so practical with a messy husband, kids and a dog.
I'll have it in charcoal with multicoloured buttons please.
(all images with permission Designers Guild)Pin It