Molly Mahon hand block printed fabric Tulip Indigo Iron curtain backed with Seed design Iron to bring a boost of colour

The Greencombe Collection

Designed in Sussex, hand blocked in Rajasthan
Four poster bed in a Georgian double bedroom dressed with Molly Mahon's Dianthus Indigo Iron hand block printed design from valance to headboard and curtains finished with a cushion in Seed Iron
Morning/Kitchen room curtains using Molly Mahon Poppy Mustard Sky which bring a fresh and warm colour to the room with an arm chair finished off with a Seed mustard design to pull the fabrics together

Being outside has always been a place of great happiness to me. It is where I feel most inspired. Whether this is in my own garden, the hills of Scotland, the incredible flower fields of India or the wild hedgerows of the British countryside it's the joy of the colours and the beauty of nature's offerings that most inspire me. I am delighted to celebrate this in my collection Greencombe.

Molly Mahon Primrose design green with Seed Bed head drape and Trellis upholstered head board bring fresh colours bringing luxury and colour together

Culminating nostalgic depicitions of Strawberries and Tulips, reworkings of the majestic Mughal flower design, playing with visions of stripes left behind a plough, and a little seeds denoting hope and new beginnings.

Bringing to life the wonder of Primrose, Wild Carrot and Dianthus flowers and importantly highlighting the beauty of nature and the mighty great outdoors and recognising that it is a wonder to behold and to protect.

I have so much reverence for the power and beauty of nature and am thrilled to celebrate it in this new collection.

I have chosen a palette to incorporate some of the joyful colours that I so adore to work with along with some of the more earthy tones found in the India desert and English countryside. I believe this allows a range of options for those looking for something sophisticated with a touch of joyful charm.

I am absolutely thrilled to have transported the initial drawings out to Rajasthan, the heart of block printing; where they are being meticulously hand block printed on a delicious range of linen and cotton cloths by highly skilled craftsmen.