Dahlia and Rosehip
Brightening our gardens with cheerful heads of joyous colour, Dahlias were first introduced to England at the start of the 19th century. Originally from central America, their generous blooms and rainbow tones have captured our hearts, creating a prominent position in gardens countrywide.
Capturing the fond affection for this much loved flower, Dahlia and Rosehip is an iconic Sanderson archive design which has been carefully reproduced as both a fabric and wallpaper. Retaining the detail of the original document, beautifully bold dahlia blooms nestle amongst generous horse chestnut leaves, interspersed with rose hip berries in this vintage classic.
Suitable for upholstery, curtains, blinds and cushions, the fabric is available as a smart cotton/linen or luxurious velvet. Choose from Teal/Russet and Mulberry/Grey’s rich autumnal tones or Briarwood/Russet’s early summer colourway.
Introduce a maximalist feel with layers of complementary pattern such as Marcham Tree, Sycamore Trail and Fencott wallpaper or Byron, Milton and Langtry’s smart fabric check. If plains are more your style, Fabienne and Woodland Plain are excellent pared back options.
posted on 27 Sep 2022 in Interiors