This collection started from a simple idea I had: to draw a flower a day.
Sometimes when working creatively I get lost and need a grounding place. When I was at art school I remember loving baking because it felt creative but there were specific rules and directions. The flower a day drawings became similar for me, it was my way of giving myself structure while still being creative.
The majority of this new collection was born from these sketch books – they carry so much of what I was going through at the time with my pregnancy and the pandemic and the loss of my father. I was never very good a writing but sketching was something I always felt comfortable with so these books serve as my way to work through and find peace in the midst of a lot of change and growth. Looking back at them now I can see my hand shaking and faltering and become more confident along the way.
Beginning next week, shop our latest fabric collection designed in collaboration with Schumacher. Featuring 20 new fabric by the yard designs and 17 new wallcoverings, we are so excited to share this collection that truly comes from the heart.
Caroline looking through artworks from her Flower a Day project.This is where many of the designs for this collection began.
Aquinnah is one of two hand block printed fabrics in this collection.This process is at the heart and soul of what we do.Each color and shape is painted and pressed to the fabric individually.
A small taste of the collection:Meadow Rock, an organic and wild floralKatama, a graphic hatch patternQuansoo, a design with painterly curves