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Interior Trend: Garden Variety

Enjoy la vie en rose with these English garden-inspired buys for your home

Perhaps it’s the ongoing vogue for the staycation: but the English outdoors has never been so trendy. We’ve seen rose patterns, bold chintzes and romantic faded colour palettes all creeping into the most stylish homes around. Take a look below for C&TH’s favourite nostalgic interior buys to recreate it yourself. 

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Interior Picks Inspired By The Great English Garden

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Matthew Williamson x Pooky

Pooky x Matthew Williamson English Garden chandelier, £380.

Burleigh Pink Asiatic Pheasants teacup, £21, and tea saucer, £11.

Burleigh’s classic Asiatic Pheasants pattern brings a touch of British nostalgia to any tablescape.

John Lewis Pyramid lantern, £35.

A few lanterns are the trick to light any compact space beautifully. With brass detailing, glass panelled sides and a pyramid-shaped top this one is ideal to create a warm ambience. Plus, it’s weatherproof enough for outdoor use.

Ceraudo Madeleine chair, £210.

Just add a picnic basket and a cosy tweed blanket to the elegant Madeleine chair. If you’d like to mix up your colour scheme: this pretty perch comes in three alternative shades.

Ralph Lauren Vintage Dauphine wallpaper, £83 a roll.

Ralph Lauren’s classic Dauphine wallpaper is a delicate, yet romantic paper with timeless vintage appeal. This porcelain blue is the classic choice, but there are eight further shades to choose from.

Rosamund Coady Onion plate, £85.

Independent ceramicist Rosamund Coady has seen to it that no dinner time will ever be boring again. Going straight to the top of our wishlist is this wonky onion-inspired plate.

Nina Campbell English Meadow tablemat, £27.50.

Hand embroidered with wild flowers, this placemat from Nina Campbell is made from 100% cotton. Lay it out with the matching English Meadow napkins for the full effect.

Lily of the Valley Collection flower blue glass, £95.

With their fluted, petal like shape it’s easy to see the Lily of the Valley inspiration in Dior’s flower-blue glasses.  A pop of understated luxury, that works for everyday use too.

YOLKE Lemon print linen napkins, £64 for four.

Trying to avoid going all out floral? Yolke’s linen lemon napkins have a more contemporary feel with this bold, modern print.

Matilda Goad Woven ceramic lamp in Jade, £280.

While this verdant-green lamp base may look like it’s woven from wicker, it actually has a cleverly-made ceramic base. Add one of Matilda Goad’s scalloped shades to complete the look.

St Eval Tomato & Basil candle, £10.80.

Get into the garden mood. Green tomato and sweet basil combine in this St Eval candle, inspired by the refreshing, heady hues of an English vegetable patch.

Mimi Pickard Watermelon fabric in green pink, POA.

Composed of linen and cotton, Mimi Pickard’s retro-feel Watermelon print comes in five different colourways to choose from. This green and pink option is perfect to upcycle a retired cushion or chair.

Tate & Darby Scalloped jute rug, £

Handmade in India, Tate & Darby’s gorgeous jute rugs are rustic yet playful: with scalloped edges and a choice of different border colours.

Caravane Dayer salad bowl, €125.

A beautiful piece of pottery never goes out of style. Caravane’s Dayer bowl is practical yet pretty.

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