Clarke & Clarke Artbook

Award winning lifestyle designer, Kim Parker is famous for her bold, exuberant floral style in contemporary colour. From an early age, Kim has dreamt of creating fabrics and wallpapers that transform rooms into lush, exuberant interior gardens. Influenced by beautiful wallpapers of the Arts & Crafts and Bloomsbury movements and rich hues often inspried by the textiles of India and Mexico. Thirteen peices of orignal art have been carefully translated into beautiful printed linen and velvet fabrics and also digital wallpapers.

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Lucy Searle added this to How Headboards Can Completely Transform Your Bedroom27 November 2017

Define your schemeHeadboard upholstery fabric can also be the starting point and inspiration for your scheme. Plain or patterned fabric? For shapely headboards, as in the previous photo, plain fabrics let the curves do the talking. For angular, rectangular ones, as here, a pattern can add interest. Choose small prints for a more traditional bedroom; larger motifs suit a more modern space.

Jo Simmons added this to How to Do New Things With Old Furniture19 March 2017

Refresh your headBored of your headboard? Cover it by draping a length of patterned fabric over it. Choose a piece long enough to secure by tucking beneath the mattress, or use a staple gun to hold the fabric in place.

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HU-8182898 added this to My ideas3 January 2021

Easy and easy to change out fabric

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