A guide to matching colours and patterns

8 Inspiring Colour Combinations

Upgrading your living space? Here are eight colour combinations of our signature printed cotton fabrics and linen styles to create a room you’ll love.

1. Zingy and Fresh

Spring clean your space with a soothing palette of greens, blues and sunny hues that remind you of the most rejuvenating season. Our go-to? Pairing the Isolation Garden and Nonna Bianca luxury printed fabrics with an Orange Gingham oil-cloth table runner, all offset by a neutral paint colour, rattan accessories and plenty of light-loving houseplants.

2. Singing the Blues

It’s back to nature with these floral-inspired hues that will instantly ground you. Team our Bluebells cotton linen fabric with the Market Stripe Cornflower fabric for a colour combination to keep your living space calm. We love Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White wall paint and a delicate pop of dusty pink for this soothing palette.

3. Out in the Garden

Ready to reap what you’ve sown? Lend your garden-inspired palette a lift with tonal greens and blues. Team the Bluebells cotton linen fabric with Isolation Garden print, Nonna Capri fabric, and some Indigo Gingham, pulled together by the pretty hues of periwinkle blue and moss green.

4. Sunshine Days

Embrace sunshine days all year round with this joyful yellow and blue colour palette. Mix indigo ginghams large and small, with our Nonna Bianca or Yaya printed floral fabric for proof you can mix and contrast whimsical florals and structured checks. Finish with a flourish of pink in our Candy tassel for something that draws the eye.

5. Rustic and Simple

This nautical but nice combination contrasts yellow florals with natty stripes (which sounds like it wouldn’t work, but trust us on this one). Mix and match our Nonna Capri floral fabric with our Ticking Stripe fabric in Poppy or Sky, Teal linen fabric and trusty Wimborne White from Farrow & Ball.

6. Smelling the Roses

Roses are a timeless colour and pattern all year round. Team some rustic rattan or jute accessories with our Oma Rose fabric, Market Stripe Cerise fabric and Pink Gingham Oil Cloth to tie this pretty colour palette together. Add moss green accents and complementary Humble Flowers Wallpaper for extra sweetness.

7. A Touch of Pink

Bring floral and garden-inspired tones alive with pink hues you won’t get tired of. Combine Nonna Bianca fabric with Apple Green Gingham and Market Stripe Celadon for tonal patterns that bring out the best in each other. Lend a touch of pink with Isolation Garden wallpaper that welcomes the outside in, and offset the whimsy with jute flooring and brass details.

8. Grounding Blues

Keep your space cool, calm and collected with florals and stripes in a profusion of greens and blues. Pair our Market Stripe Cornflower fabric with Green Gingham and the Bunch of Bluebells printed fabric, for a clash of patterns in complementary hues. Extra points if you can hunt down some vintage blue and white Willow crockery.