Our Favourite Fabric Houses - Rapture & Wright
It's no secret -
we love Rapture & Wright fabrics...
...so it only seemed right that they should be the first to feature in our series of blogs: 'Our Favourite Fabric Houses'
Rapture & Wright's latest range, a hand-printed collection, designed as part of a year long project with the Arts & Crafts house, Standen in West Sussex.
Rapture & Wright's 'Walled Garden' - a graphic silhouette of espaliered fruit trees inspired by William Morris.
Rapture & Wright's 'Webbs Wonder' - named after the architect of the Arts & Crafts Standen House.
Rapture & Wright's 'Daisy Chain'. The design is inspired by a filigree brass doorplate at Standen House.
Rapture & Wright's 'Gable End', inspired by the roofline at Standen House.
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