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NEW Design: Meadow
Meadow is my handmade designer print to bring your home to life with its fresh, bright colours and wildflowers. Check out my best selling Meadow UK Wildflowers Designer Wallpaper. and remember that you can always order a FREEPOST £1 Handmade Floral Fabric Sample for Interior Designers.
This bespoke hand drawn design was inspired by my trip to Devon where I spent a lot of time walking outdoors with my husband and my dog, Jenkins as featured on his very own hand drawn Doggy Christmas Card.
My unique Meadow design captures the diverse wild motley mix of flowers and foliage I saw, all growing harmoniously together.
Great Britain Indigenous Wildflowers Designer Wallpaper Patterned Fabric
Free UK Delivery on all orders over £75 – Buy online: UK Designer Wildflowers Chair, Great British Wildflowers Designer Wallpaper FREEPOST £1 sample and for home projects and upcycling measure up for the UK Wildflowers Bespoke Fabric.
If you’re keen to jump on the UK wildflowers bandwagon you can always pop to your local garden centre, nearby shops or simply order a packet of wildflower mix online so you can create a real life representation of the beautiful Meadow print, to share with the public or create in your own lovely garden For Interior Designers we also offer the Indigenous Great British Meadow Flowers Lampshade, Bespoke Handmade Floral Design Cushions, for birthdays and celebrations we have offers on my Flowers of Great Britain Wrapping Paper and Hand Crafted Floral UK Meadow Greetings Cards.
UK Bespoke Custom Printed Designer Home Interiors Collection by Lorna Syson
I love the look of a mix of wildflowers together, and it’s not just in the countryside that this happens! Thanks to the new trend: Guerrilla Gardening, small urban gardens are coming to life all over London.
Liz Christie started the Green Guerrillas movement in the US. Its all about thinking of ways to enable wildflowers to grow in waste land sites that are inaccessible. She made ‘bombs’ out of balloons or old Christmas ornaments, and filled them with wildflower seeds, water, fertiliser and compost. By throwing these over the fences to inaccessible areas, she hoped to create floral scenes on otherwise sterile ground.
People in the UK have been putting their own take on this trend and planting flowers in desolate, boring or drab places in cities- even brightening up their garden in unconventional ways.
Wild Geranium, Buttercup, Japanese Anemone and Grass seeds
Lorna Syson’s handmade ‘Meadow’ design is a bespoke combination of wild geranium, wild buttercup, Japanese anemone and grass seed. It’s the perfect way to bring a piece of the springtime outdoors into your home. Pair Meadow with Arla Pink and Bluebell for a bright, feminine look that will add the perfect touch of spring to a room.