Absolutely timeless 'Ianthe' was originally created by French designer R Beauclair in the early 1900's
The collection includes wallpaper; the one on the wall, brightening the room, is called 'Riley'
Only because it is 'Liberty' does this 'matchy-matchy' look so good
'Royal Daisy' is on the walls and sofa – tone-on-tone in the world of patterns
Rather interestingly named 'November Michael' in Indigo on the chair cushion
Perfect for dining chairs as a tough 40,000 martindale rubs & a design that won't show the spills
Paper backed wallpaper & wipeable too
Cushions in a pile
Cushions in a stack
Bold and bright paisley
Originally inspired by a paisley shawl from the 1850's the design was redrawn by Liberty Art Fabrics.
Hebe, on the wall, is a single line Art Nouveau feather taken from the famous Liberty design, Hera
'Ianthe' is a typical example of French Art Nouveau design that remains contemporary today
The curtain is in 'Rose May', the armchair is in 'Fresco' & the cushion 'Ray'
Prints on prints on prints
Without the'China Blue' on the walls this room would not be half as interesting