Hera Fabric An eye-catching fabric, originally designed in 1887 and featuring a large scale design of peacock feathers shown in sea green and navy blue. The design is named after the Greek Goddess Hera as one of her symbols was a peacock feather.
A vardo is a Romany wagon, known in the century for its flamboyant decorative colors. Farrow & Ball’s Vardo is “a color full of life and joy,” recommended as an elegant counterpoint to light grays; it is “super sexy” when paired with darks.
Forest Linen by William Morris. A tapestry inspired fabric depicting a forest scene with peacocks, hares and foxes set amongst scrolling acanthus leaves. Digitally printed on indigo with gold, duck egg blue and natural shades of green.