Nina Campbell has been inspired by celebrations and picnics set against the romantic backdrop of lochside castles and houses in Scotland for this collection of printed and woven fabrics and wallpapers. The colours from Nina’s characteristic palette include aqua, magenta, cranberry, tomato, sapphire and sage with calming tones of sand, linen, stone and taupe. The fabric designs in BRAEMAR have direct companions in BRAEMAR WALLPAPERS; they combine well with WOODSFORD WEAVES and many of Nina’s recent plain and semi-plain fabric collections. MONTACUTE WEAVES provides co-ordinates which are especially suited to this collection.
A striped pattern composed of blocks of smaller pinstripes. Abbotsford was built as the home of the famous author Sir Walter Scott in the early 19th century.
An all-over pattern of small-scale stylised leaves directly co-ordinating with the fabric. Elcho is a fortified mansion in a beautiful setting on the River Tay.
A diamond shaped damask motif printed with a slightly distressed effect. Holmwood is a nineteeth century house in Cathcart built in the neo-classical Greek style.
A damask resembling plasterwork in grey or white on contrasting grounds. Named after beautiful gardens overlooking Luce Bay on the site of a ruined castle in Stranraer.
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