Amanda Hanley by Design |  Interiors, kitchens, furniture and fabric | Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire
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Jane Churchill 2010

Jane Churchill 2010

An obvious sense of fun is one of the many delights of the new Jane Churchill collection featuring striking colour, vibrant pattern, and innovative texture.
Co-ordinating fabrics and wallpapers of outstanding variety and interest include prints and embroideries on linen and silk, ranging from the charm of country flowers to the colourful geometry of repeated circles. Highlights of metallic thread, and the sheen of silk, are the epitome of elegance and glamour, while the mixing of embroidery with printed pattern offers a stylish, three-dimensional quality. Texture plays its part, notably in a fabric featuring a frivolous arrangement of tufted pom-poms, and a stripe which uses appliqu├ęd velvet ribbon on white linen.
The collection can be comfortably mixed, matched, and layered to create fashionable looks from chic and contemporary to a more traditional country style. The decorative fabrics and wallpapers are all complemented by an outstanding choice of stripes, plus plains of different textures in up to 30 irresistible colours, including cotton velvet. Delicate sprigs can be coupled with larger designs to achieve attractive contrasts of scale and pattern.
The collection is characterised by carefully considered colour groupings that provide inspiration, making the task of creating your own interior schemes effortlessly enjoyable. Sunny yellows are enhanced by the addition of greys and muted greens, while soft hues of charcoal or warm red add an expressive touch to shades of stone and pearly whites. The perennially popular mix of pinks and leaf green enhanced by tones of red and lilac create a more multi-coloured effect. Classic blue and white add distinction, and cool limes and aquas are unquestionably elegant.