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eleanor pritchard

the final instalment in my spotted at maison et objet 14 series focuses on the very talented british designer eleanor pritchard, whose woven textile designs i fell head over heals for at the show.

her woollen blankets and cushions feature her signature style of bold geometrics and graphic reversible patterns, while the palette combines chalky and cross-hatched neutrals, sharp accents and deep inky tones. all of the production is done in the uk and eleanor is proud to work with well-respected and highly-skilled british weavers; much of the production is done on ‘dobcross’ shuttle looms at a small traditional mill in west wales.

the whole aesthetic of the collection is clean and contemporary, with a gentle nod to english mid-century design – simply beautiful, don’t you think?

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