A design duo seek seaside inspiration
December 9th, 2009
Inspired by the dramatic Australian coastline, the latest addition to Great Southern Design range mirrors the magic of the country’s natural beauty.
Designed by Egle Findlay and Sharron Patience of Patternique, the collection of screen-printed designs captures the breezy low-key lifestyle associated with our inimitable coast.
The all-Australian designs feature organic natural forms distilled with a modern graphic aesthetic, for commercial or domestic uses, with minium environmental impact.
The cotton canvas is suitable for drapery and upholstery and is available through Radford Furnishings.
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