Abigail Borg x Highgrove Royal Gardens

Highgrove Royal Gardens commissioned me to create a contemporary floral design for their SS19 collection.

I was fortunate enough to be given a guided tour of the gardens and was inspired by the lush ferns, glossy hostas and beautifully coloured hydrangeas of the Stumpery and Winterbourne Gardens at Highgrove. The Tranquility pattern is a celebration of these atmospheric parts of the Highgrove gardens.

Available exclusively at Highgrove across a range of homewares, stationery and tableware, the Tranquility collection brings your garden and home to life with the leafy natural tones inspired by the beautiful gardens.

View the Tranquility Collection

Highgrove is the private residence of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, near Tetbury in Gloucestershire. Since 1980 when the Prince of Wales first arrived at Highgrove, His Royal Highness has devoted much energy to transforming the gardens around the house, which are renowned as some of the most inspiring and innovative in the United Kingdom.

New York apartment, designed by Fawn Galli

I wanted to share with you all this beautiful Greenwich Village apartment designed by the talented New York based interior designer Fawn Galli. The apartment belongs to fashion designer Giovanna Randall, and has been featured in print and online by Elle Decor magazine.

I was thrilled to work with Fawn and her team on supplying my Hello Yarrow Natural fabric (not wallpaper!) which upholsters the walls of Giovanna’s dressing room.

You can see the full feature by Elle Decor in their House Tour article.

Photograph by William Waldron.

Exclusive cushions for John Lewis

Im excited to let you all know that I will be supplying the new flagship John Lewis store in Birmingham City Centre with a collection of exclusive cushions.

The collection, Gardens of Moseley is inspired by the many beautiful Victorian and Georgian gardens of the South Birmingham suburb.The cushions are very proudly designed, printed and sewn in Digbeth, Birmingham, just a stones throw from the new store at the Grand Central development.

I have worked in partnership with Textiles By St Annes in the production of the cushions, a social enterprise connected to the local charity Bita Pathways who have been engaging with adults experiencing mental health issues on a pathway towards training and employment for over 50 years.

Im thrilled to have been involved in such an exciting project that is supporting the amazing work of this local charity.The cushions are available in three colourways exclusive to the Birmingham store which opens its doors today.

If you cant get to the store, feel free to ring them to enquire about the cushions (+44 0) 121 634 6000

I hope you like them!