The Hemingways have great taste (if you have a copy of Holly Becker's latest book, Decorate Workshop, the couple's beautiful home is featured inside – they have amazing sofas made from the old family boat). But for me, their style – from what I'd seen in their online shop – is a little too kitsch. So I wasn't expecting to like what I saw when I had a nosey at their Surface View Collection. But this print really does it for me – what a beautiful colour combination...
Hemingway range for Crown Paints, worth checking out if you want period-specific paints from the 1940s-1980s.
And the print isn't dissimilar to the bold Florence Broadhurst fabric I have stretched over a canvas frame in my sitting room (below). It was a gift from my Australian sister-in-law, as the company with the rights to Broadhurst's amazing archive of designs is based in Australia. I wrote about them in a previous post, in case you want to browse the wonderful Signature Prints online shop.
Land of Lost Continents arm, as well as a whole new range (below) which you can also catch in person if you are at a loose end in London today, as the couple are exhibiting at the last day of the Home show at Earl's Court.
Graham & Brown wallpapers.