by Nina Campbell
The Macaranda Fabrics collection by Nina Campbell has been inspired by many traditional cultures of Uzbeks, Persians, Nomadic tribes and Ottoman sultans. The beautiful designs include Anatolia, a Persian carpet inspired design made with a distressed texture to simulate old age. Khotan and Macaranda are the traditional Uzbekistan inspired embroidered fabrics, featuring ikat style motifs of jewels with embroidered linen stripes, and a large rounded motifs and scrolls surrounded by linen embroidery. Samarra design is modern take on the Indienne style "tree of Life" chintz print. Togris is a design full of fun and wit with its loosely painted geometric shapes and stripes. And the Topkapi design which has been inspired by Iznik ceramics from a Istanbul, featuring medallions, climbing foliage and trellis. Suitable for made to measure curtains, roman blinds and accessories.