Ansonborough Belgian Linen - Verdigris & Currant *MEMO*
An out-of-the-ordinary geometric pattern meant for rooms that need a little fun. A metallic verdigris is screen printed by hand on a currant colored background. The currant background is tinted, or “tea stained,” which allows the textile to exude a lightness about it, despite the prolific sense of color.
ABOUT THE DESIGN
This was the first pattern developed for her textile line, specifically for use in the nursery at KK’s old house. For inspiration, she researched antique German botanical charts of seed anatomy.
The pattern takes its name from the historic neighborhood in Charleston, South Carolina where KK lived during her time at the College of Charleston.
13.5”w x 13”h
Fabric Print Method:
tea stain + hand silkscreen
Fabric Print Location:
Fabric Ground Options:
100% Belgian linen (Libeco), medium/heavy weight
CUSTOM TO THE TRADE
Artwork is vectorized. Custom colors and/or scales are available. Kindly inquire for pricing.