Los Angeles-based designer Suzanne Rheinstein's "Clarendon" linen--available in Suzanne's signature palette--is a reinterpretation of a 1983 English documentary floral. Available in "mocha" and "linen."
Rheinstein's vignette was full-on feminine--pairing the warmly hued "Clarendon" with slipper chairs and lilac upholstered loveseats.
Designer Suzanne Rheinstein
Atlanta-based Suzanne Kasler completely reinvented a popular linen print to create "New Shiraz"--available in two colorways ("pink" and "white linen") on linen.
Kasler's light-filled vignette was swathed in "New Shiraz"--draped copiously at the window and fashioned into slipcovers and throw pillows.
Designer Suzanne Kasler
Design Thomas O'Brien chose to recolor "Nympheus Handblock"--a favorite pattern he uses frequently. Originally created in 1915 for G.P. & J. Baker, the handblock was inspired by silk panels of a 15th century Ming Dynasty screen. It's available in two colors--"teal" and "aubergine"--as well as the original.
O'Brien saturated his set with the varicolored "Nympheus Handblock"--used handsomely on the reverse.
Designer Thomas O'Brien
Drawn to the design by its "painterly quality," New York-based designer Eric Cohler chose to reinterpret a fabric called "Treyes Handblock." Feeling that it would be "beautifully presented" on glazed cotton, Cohler brought it back to life as a true English country house chintz. It's available in "pink/green" and "sage."
Cohler's room shows the more masculine side of "Treyes Handblock"--pairing it with a wool windowpane plaid.
Designer Eric Cohler
William Diamond and Anthony Baratta chose to recolor a favorite floral chintz called "Rosebank." Mixing things up, they printed a brown and pink colorway on chintz and a soft blue colorway on linen.
Diamond and Baratta's vignette accentuated the whimsical and romantic side of "Rosebank."
Anthony Baratta and William Diamond
Designer David Easton chose to re-create the Jacobean design "Gaddesden"--feeling that a softer palette would be more suitable for today. "Gaddesden" is available in "linen" and "red/green" colorways.
Easton's "Gaddesden" linen set a moody, sophisticated tone when paired with antiques and a sisal rug.
Designer David Easton