It's in the kitchen and, with its location in mind, my boyfriend sent me the photo below as inspiration.
Vandekar, where prices are only available upon registering. I could tell from the font it would be out of my money league, but it got me looking into Fornasetti a little more.
Selfridges, also not cheap, and on Cole & Son wallpapers (this design itself, a limited edition, is now extremely rare, but you can still buy other Fornasetti designs from them).
|Fabrics and Papers sell Fornasetti cushions|
In Fornasetti's hands, so to speak, her face went on to spawn 350-odd design variations.
In fact, the pizza plate, and his pasta plates (below, from another online antiques dealer, 1st Dibs, whose prices you can guess at by the fact that fellow shoppers include Diane Von Furstenburg and Marc Jacobs) are probably the most conventional things Fornasetti created.
Post by Kate. Images: Fornasetti; 1st Dibs; Vandekar; Fabrics & Papers; Cole & Son