New photos of Hermitage fabric collection

My Sister in Law bought some fabric from me last year and has just had some curtains, cushions and window seats made using a variety of The Hermitage collection fabric. I took some photos today and thought I would share them with you. My family used to live in her house for 8 years before her family moved in about 2 years ago. They totally renovated it from top to bottom. The house is a lovely old mill tucked away down a track, the most gorgeous setting. The first picture shows the kitchen blinds which have been a made from Bertie green.

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She had some seats in the kitchen which act as sort of window seats, She had Georgie Girl G made into comfy and squishy seats with lots of cushions made from Bertie Green and Lovely Sophie. The photo of this combination is below.


This photo doesn’t really show the extent and length of the seating in the kitchen, there are two long benches with about 15 cushions in total.

Her bedroom is enormous and is part of a new extension at the end of the house. It has the most amazing view overlooking the stream or burn as we call them in Northumberland. She has some enormous windows to cover but has made a start using The Persian Queen fabric for the smaller windows. I have to say myself how striking they are, I am always amazed to see my fabric in volume and so nice to see it has made the room feel and look so welcoming. I have posted more than one photo of these curtains below.


The Persian Queen-Hay02web

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The Persian Queen-Hayweb

I have to say it is nice revisiting this collection again and seeing it in position. My Sister in law still has quite a few more rooms to do using my fabric so when they get done I will post some more photos on here.