Florals motifs are budding again …
The demands for vintage fabrics have increased twofold in the last year. While chintzy-patterns have fallen in and out of fashion, this time, they are here to stay. The modern update sees colours that are bolder than ever. Following in the footsteps of high-profile fashion figure Matthew Williamson, nostalgic pattern-loving fashion designer Batsheva Hay has recently turned her attention to homewares and launched a home collection filled with covetable pieces. Using her own collection of heavier-weight vintage fabric finds, the talented designer has decided to dress furniture this season. Think chintzy sofas, animal-print chairs and patchwork adorned benches. “Decorating my home feels like decorating my body, just more permanent. It’s like wearing a dress and never taking it off and just hanging out in your living room in it for years,” she says. Inspired by chintz, here’s our edit of the best florals available online now …
Main featured image: Batsheva
Vintage wooden chair reupholstered in vintage cotton chintz and piped in teal, $1,250, at Batsheva
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