Clarissa Hulse for Harlequin

Um. Hello! Apologies for the rather impromptu blog break there. Life has been somewhat full-on (and then some) of late. I’ve actually gone and got me a Proper Job (well, on contract for nine months anyway) at British stalwart magazine Woman’s Weekly, where I’m now working full-time as Assistant Homes Editor! All uber exciting. So the past few months have involved frantically tying up loose work ends and finishing off freelance work, along with a few additional sneaky gigs on the side. Still getting back into the swing of things but I wanted to say hi and share these outstanding images with you:

Textile designer Clarissa Hulse is gearing up to launch a new range of fabrics and wallcoverings for Harlequin at Decorex next month – and it’s rather outstandingly lovely. Named Kallianthi (translating to ‘wild flowers’ in ancient Greek), the range nods to Clarissa’s half-Greek heritage whilst taking in her trademark botanical prints. I’m a little bit obsessed with these amazing product shots though – stunning!

Back soon for more (honest!)

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About Joanna Thornhill

Freelance Interior Stylist, Author, Writer and Crafter working for a range of magazine titles and commercial clients. Author of Home for Now (CICO Books 2014)

2 responses to “Clarissa Hulse for Harlequin”

  1. quincylampshades says :

    Brilliant shots – I especially like the stacked, precarious, lampshades. Hot. Vibrant. Opulent. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Fayzer says :

    Oh I’ve only just seen these. These were taken by the way at the utterly gorgeous Victoria Baths in Manchester – winners of the BBC’s Restoration programme – it’s breathtaking and worth a visit!

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