Skip to main content. I wanted to make beautiful cushions, blankets and scarves, so it was a natural progression to end up in interiors. I worked for him for nearly 10 years and now put all that I learnt into practice with my own business. A It was inspired by our family travels to the north Norfolk coast and the villages of Wiveton, Blakeney and Holkham. We hardly altered them, as they had such a lovely immediacy. A I own and run Sarah Hardaker Fabrics , designing and printing linens combining soft, chalky-coloured, English-style and French-inspired designs.
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I always jot ideas down in my notebook and the Wiveton and Blakeney designs are some of my hqrdaker. A Our vintage Paisley is always popular — it harks back to bygone days of feathery eiderdowns and lambswool blankets. I worked for him for nearly 10 years and now put all that I learnt into practice with my own business. A We support small, family-owned companies and although we do source some of our vintage-style plain linens in Belgium, everything else is made in the UK.
Upon graduation I was spotted by Antony Little, owner of the prestigious fabric company Osborne and Littlewhich was a very lucky break.
Home Style Q&A: fabric designer Sarah Hardaker
A That has to be our linen base cloth, woven at hardzker small company in Scotland where they have been weaving wools and linen for over a century. Back to Search Results. Check out another one of our homestyle pieces like our recent round up of the top 20 Surrey home and fashion boutiques.
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Our linen took a number of years to perfect — it has a quality of old sheets about it and is truly beautiful.
I was enthralled by the big skies there and the swallows swooping through drifts of cow parsley and hardaaker into large expanses of sky.
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Most of the linen is woven in Scotland, while our designs are printed in Lancashire. A It was inspired by our family travels to the north Norfolk coast and the villages of Wiveton, Blakeney and Holkham. We usually head off on holiday with our caravan, either around England or over to France.
When it is used for curtains, you can never tell if the fabric is brand new or has been in situ for decades. A We are a small British business that offers a bespoke service accessible to anyone. I wanted to make beautiful cushions, blankets and scarves, so it was a natural progression to end up in interiors. A I own and run Sarah Hardaker Fabricsdesigning and printing linens combining soft, chalky-coloured, English-style and French-inspired designs.
I also shoot all of our products in natural light. It ties to paint beautifully — the colour almost sinks into it.
We hardly altered them, as they had such a lovely immediacy. Advertise About Sheengate Publishing Careers. A I adore natural fibres — there is a timeless elegance about linen, in particular.
A I love to travel with my family. Skip to main content.