What Makes It Special
For this reinterpretation of a traditional arboreal motif, Neisha Crosland distilled the intricate tree pattern on a 19th-century Persian rug to its most elemental lines and geometric shapes. The result? A chic espalier design with angular branches that sprout sharp-cornered leaves on a needlepoint-like epingle. Also a wallcovering.
10% polyester, 90% cotton
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Neisha Crosland is a pattern designer known for her elegant and well-balanced repeats of geometrics and flowers, unusual colour combinations and her ability to design patterns for a wide range of products, techniques and mediums. Today she works from her south London studio designing pattern for tiles, rugs, wallpapers, fabrics, flooring, stationery and scarves.
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