Exquisite handicraft

“From glorious golden to lustrous turquoise blue”

Let the crystal-clear light of autumn into your home. Clashing block-print patterns in beautiful flax blue and playful ochre become harmonious colour splashes in your favourite rooms.

Thus producing a unique print every time. Artistic skill at its best. Fabrics, cushions, curtains and even a new dress all feature our “Amita” and “Maya” designs. 

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“Amita” organic cotton cushion cover
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Beautiful block print
on organic cotton

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Hand-crafted masterpiece
One of the oldest ways of creating textile prints is block printing. While creating this year’s Home collection, we produced a dress in the same soft pattern that features on our home textiles. Proud “Rupangi” is a beautiful dress to wear at home and on special occasions.

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“Amita” organic cotton tablecloth
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18th century feel
Svartjö manor house is steeped in history. My splashes of colour blend here with the muted shades of the past. This fine manor house was built in the 18th century. Imagine if the walls could talk!

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Earlybird price
“Maya” organic cotton tea towel

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The earlybird price ends on 2 September.

“Rupangi” organic cotton dress
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Block print on organic cotton

Clashing block-print patterns in beautiful flax blue and playful ochre become harmonious colour splashes in your favourite rooms. Thanks to talented artisans, this age-old printing technique is kept alive. The design is carved into the wooden printing block by hand. This is then dipped into a dye paste and carefully pressed onto the fabric. Thus producing a unique print every time. Artistic skill at its best.