It was the blue Mayflower fabric from Jane Churchill which first caught my eye. It's the floral material above which has been used to make the curtains and cushions, and it's perfect for upholstery too.
With the feel of a watercolour painting, it's also available in two other colourways - pink/green and pink/olive.
The other botanical print in the collection is the Culpepper design used for one on the cushion covers on the sofa. It's also available in a range of colourways - yellow/green, blue, aqua/green and red/green.
And here are some more images of the room set...
I love the fresh, contemporary feel of the room, with a touch of the countryside mixed with an accent of the seaside.
As for a little bit of background about Jane, she initially worked for Colefax and Fowler. Then she opened her own shop called Treasure Island in London which she ran until 1982, when she then set up her fabric and wallpaper shop, Jane Churchill Design. Seven years later, she sold her business to Colefax & Fowler. She now runs her own interior design company, called Jane Churchill Interiors.
If you'd like to see more of the Jane Churchill collections, do take a look at their website.
(Images : Jane Churchill)