A regular visitor to Lorna’s childhood garden, the Robin is a familiar and endearing bird. Spotted throughout the year in town gardens and country hedgerows, they make charming, inquisitive companions. However, its at Christmas, when their red breast and delightful song cuts through the winter frost and Robins are welcomed merrily as festive guests.
The Robin design is synonymous with Christmas as Postmen in Victorian Britain we nicknamed ‘Robins’ because of their red breasted uniforms, so the robin on the on a Christmas card came to represent the post men who delivered them. Lorna’s Robin design was one of the first in her collection and a firm favourite with you! The design depicts a robin standing proudly on a branch with a sprig of holly berries in his beak.
This simple yet modern design adds an element of Scandinavian feel to the room and is both sophisticated enough for feature walls and upholstery and cute enough for children’s nurseries. If you want to add subtler hints of the design, you can accessorise your room with our Plant Pots and Lampshades and match them to your existing decor!
Images from left to right, Robin Fabric Plant/Storage Pot, Robin Wallpaper and Rectangle and Square Robin Cushions
Our robin design makes the perfect Christmas gift for someone special, fill our Plant/Storage Pots with their favourite plant or products or gift them a Cushion that can be treasured forever. Alternatively, keep them for yourself, and use our Wallpaper an Fabric to create more of a statement. This design looks great year round, not just at Christmas as it is subtle and sophisticated, yet the pop of red provides an element of interest.
Images from left to right Robin Lampshade and Robin Roller blind
You can also shop our Robin design in our new Roller Blinds printed and made to order to fit any window in your home, available in two finishes, more opaque or blackout, depending on the location in the house. Or grab yourself a bargain with one of our Robin Christmas Stockings now on sale, and decorate your house with them to get in the festive spirit or fill them with goodies.