In this article we highlight some of the key features of Japanese design and show you how you can achieve a Zen aesthetic in your own home.
Cool and calm or warm and welcoming – browse the fabrics from the Zen collection and find inspiration for your home. We showcase the range and share our expert tips for combining designs and accessorising your scheme to create a harmonious look that you’ll love.
This stylish fabric features a simple fern motif repeat in muted shades of Mist and Persimmon. We’ve co-ordinated our Tranquillity curtains with a Tetbury Duck Egg Roman blind and dialled up the temperature with hot paprika faux-silk pillows and a warm woollen throw.
The signature fabric in the collection, Honesty is available in Mist and Persimmon colourways. We love the subtle, semi-opaque silhouettes which create softness at the window and feel really restful and restorative.
Japanese interiors are defined by simplicity and clean, linear designs. Mishima stripe is perfect for enhancing a minimalist scheme. It adds warmth and focus without detracting from the sleek feel of the space.
Fine lines and intricate patterns define this subtle geometric print which references the Japanese art of paper folding. This stunning design is perfect for contemporary interiors, adding a structured finish to your scheme. Origami is available in Mist and Persimmon colourways.
Create a cosy layered look with Tetbury Duck Egg, Ivory or Orange. These textured plain fabrics have been carefully selected to perfectly partner the Zen collection prints. In this sunny bedroom we’ve combined Origami Persimmon curtains with a Tetbury Ivory Roman blind for a light and bright feel.