Inspired by a visit to the Amalfi Coast. This magnificent stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, with it’s winding roads, sheer cliffs, interspersed with small beaches, pastel fishing villages, grand villas, terraced vineyards, and cliff-side lemon and olive groves.
This collection has diverse accents that reflect this classic coastal Italian flavour. From the beaches to the olive groves, from the tiles to the flowers in the gardens, this collection is abundant and unique just like the Amalfi Coast.
Taking an intricate look at the delicate petals of the Alcea Rosea Double, this ornamental design – with its fluffy double hollyhock flowers and abundant buds – is both textured and romantic.
Along the clifftop gardens, the old world charm has been captured with the eye-catching fully double hollyhock blooming stems which create a perfect colourful backdrop.
This beach stripe design has been inspired by the brightly banded stripes of the parasols dotted along the Positano’s pebble beaches, the epitome of the Italian Summer on the beach.
Bellissima was created by exploring the beauty that is the Peony bloom. With its deeply lobed multi-layered petals, this large fragrant flower is found in the decadent formal gardens of the grand villas.
Along the winding roads and up against the cliffs you will find the olive groves of the Campania Region, with outstretched olive filled branches catching the sunlight on their silvery leaves inspiring this design.
With a classical touch of elegance, this olive branch design was created to reflect a symmetrical traditional design.
Seen from the sea, Positano is set in a dramatic vertical panorama of colors. The local earth of the Amalfi Coast is rich in clay lending it to the production of beautiful ceramic tiles. The mixed designs and colours of the classic Positano tile are the inspiration to this design.
Influencing this design, the Villa Rufolo’s gardens and ancient stone pathways on an enchanting mountaintop setting with views that have captivated countless souls, including my own.
Terrazzo is derived from the mosaic art form in which small pieces are embedded into a mortar base creating a more uniform surface appearance. With this in mind, I created my own interpretation of the original Terrazzo.
A delicate lace design with an intricate net background created by a series of closely packed embroidery stitches capturing the romance of the Italian lace in a modern way.