Neutral rooms can be transformed using standout, statement accessories. This is what we deliver with our eclectic range of patterned, midcentury modern homeware
Annabel Perrin is a surface pattern designer with a vibrant, mid-century modern range of homeware. Her bold and graphical patterns are available on furnishing fabrics, home accessories and ceramics. The eclectic collection is guaranteed to liven up your home.
British locations and landmarks inspire Annabel’s designs. She focuses on the aesthetic appearance of architecture, the structures, patterns, outstanding features and light reflections. However, the stories and memories behind each landmark also intrigue her. Annabel's mid-century colour palettes are also distinctive of her style.
Annabel's products have been featured in leading publications including Marie Claire, The Sunday Times, Good housekeeping, House Beautiful, Period Living and GoodHomes Magazine
All products are lovingly designed and made in the UK, and are produced in short run supply to guarantee customers exceptional quality and a unique product for their home. Each item is designed to be enjoyed beyond the latest trends and to brighten up living rooms for years to come.
Annabel's collection includes fabrics, wallpaper, cushions, lampshades, kitchenware, and stationery in an array of eye-catching colours and patterns. Designing for homeware has always been Annabel's passion and she is delighted to transform her cheerful patterns into desirable accessories for the home. She combines hand drawn illustrations with CAD to develop her designs, which are then digitally printed onto heavyweight cotton and wallpaper by reputable manufacturers in the UK. Not only is her fabric available by the metre, but it is also crafted into quality products by local businesses or by Annabel herself. She has a degree in Textiles and an MA in Design from Manchester School of Art.
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