|1950s Pot Plant - Simply charming and so kitsch!|
1950s Kitschy Kitchen Fabric
I find these kitschy kitchen fabrics so nostalgic, they remind me of the curtains in old ladies houses when I was very young.
|1950s Kitchen Fabric |
They also remind me of the kitschy sitcoms from when I was young (repeats I might add) such as Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie.
How can anyone go wrong with cherries? They are so 'on trend' right now.
All I can say is colour! Hot yet cold? I don't know it's such hard work being a fabric addict.
Barbara Brown - Frequency
Marain Mahler - Mobiles
This design is so out there and yet incredibly charming!
1950s Ships In A Bottle
What is it about boats and fabric, nautical just never seems to go out of fashion. Maybe it's because we live on an island?
1950s Beach Fabric
This piece just embodies stylish sunbathing and would make a fabulous beach bag!
The photos I have included are from Donna's Flickr and an example of the types of fabrics available and the style that appeals to me - bold, striking and contemporary. Probably more suited to cushions, curtains and bags, I guess 'statement' fabrics.
Her Shop also sells unique and one-off antique fabrics from the 19th Century, retro fabrics from the 1940's, 1950's and 1960's to vintage-inspired fabrics of today. They have fabrics for the modernist or retro house and textiles to suit the Arts and Crafts, Art Deco, country chic or