Have you heard the news? Pantone’s color of the year for 2019 is ‘Living Coral’.
And there’s more news! Society6 have helpfully produced a feature on the color of 2019 and I’m in it!
They have very kindly featured my Doodle Line Art Pattern in White on Coral in the Throw Pillow section. The pillow, as you can see from the image above, is also available in a reverse print, but if you’re not into coral (why are you reading this post?) and like the doodle pattern, it’s available in over 45 colors
You may also be interested in my Retro Geometric Pattern Throw Pillow in Blush (a slightly lighter, pinker coral).
If so, click here to view the collection.
Are you a fan of everything Mid Century? Who in their right mind isn’t…
Well, good news, my latest design is a large scale, retro, geometric, Mid Century inspired pattern, featuring lino-printed geometric shapes with a distressed ink texture. The slightly overlapped underlying shapes are solid (rather than lino printed) in a contrasting color, and the background is made up of overlapping skewed squares and rectangles.
It’s available in 30 colors on a wide range of fabrics and wallpaper at both Spoonflower and Fashion Formula- click here for more details.
Spoonflower also offer the design on a range of ready-made curtains, bedding, table linen and home decor, so if you want a lovely retro table cloth for your dining table or some cool Mid Century curtains, but you can’t sew - get on over to Spoonflower and have them delivered.
The print is also available at a slightly smaller scale on a range of cushions/pillows and home decor/accessories.
Check this page for more details.
I love this pattern. Obviously, I'm biased, because it's my pattern, but oh well, whatever....nevermind.
It's a little bit retro but still modern.
There's rainbows, there's stripes and there's lots of different color options.
There's pink and pastel rainbow stripes for girly girls, blue and teal stripes that feel a bit beachy and surf-like to me, and gorgeous yellow and orange rainbow stripes for a sunny 60's and 70's feel.
Along the bottom of the above image, you'll notice monochrome and more muted color palettes, because maybe you want a classier, more elegant rainbow stripe for your room?
Of course, this pattern is available on lots of bed & bath products other than the comforters displayed above, as well as on apparel & accessories: cushions/pillows, pillow shams, duvet covers, throw blankets, organizer/carry-all pouches (great for music festivals & travelling), shower curtains, bath mats, towels, wall hangings, window curtains, bags and backpacks, mugs, phone covers, etc, etc.
Just click the image to be taken straight to the wonderland that is my Society6 store.