To celebrate the start of London Design Week 2013, we'll be talking trends at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour this Sunday. As part of the 'Conversations in Design' programme, Giles Kime of Homes & Gardens magazine will be hosting the event, also featuring Tricia Guild and Robin Levien. We will be sharing our thoughts on colour, shape, pattern, and texture, using key images to illustrate our ideas. So if you'd like to hear more about future directions in interior design, come along to the Harbour on Sunday for what is sure to be a colourful morning! Find out more at www.dcch.co.uk
We are so thrilled for Neisha to win the 'Surface Designer' award at last night's Homes & Gardens Designer Awards. We had stiff competition in the form of brilliant print designer Eley Kishimoto and rug specialist Roger Oates - even a nomination was a joy! What a wonderful evening at the iconic British Museum, thank you to Homes & Gardens and to all the people who voted for us!
The new Online Store is now open. Our fabrics, wallpapers, tiles, stationery and cushions are now all under one roof and available at the touch of a button! So, whether you're after wallpaper or fabric from our latest collections, or a peep at our online exclusives such as beautiful scarves, umbrellas and signed artwork prints, you can be the first to shop new arrivals and timeless classics. Find the perfect present, or order everything you need for a beautiful home from the comfort of your own home at - www.neishacrosland.com/store.
Put a spring in your step this season by treating yourself to one of our smart springtime scarves! Inspired by everything from Japanese deco motifs to optical art, each scarf is a bold and bright addition to any wardrobe. So why not visit www.neishacrosland.com/store to brighten your mood, liven up an outfit or simply to add a little luxury to your life!
Harris and Jones are launching two designs by Neisha as part of their new Trade Range. The designs - Pollen Night and Zebra Mustard - will join Diagonal Beaded Stripe and Domino on the Harris & Jones stand at Top Drawer. The show runs from Sunday 13th until Tuesday 15th January in Earls Court.
‘If it was a fragrance, it would be fresh, gentle and well balanced’ is the way Neisha sums up her latest wallpaper collection. Three small-scale geometric designs, each in eight colours, and one trail in three colours make up ‘Wallpapers 8’. The collection, featuring ‘Gentleman’s Cap’, ‘Pot Pourri’, ‘Centipede Stripe’ and ‘Pollen’, will launch later this month.
Neisha Crosland has collaborated with Make International to produce her first collection of Fine China ceramics. Two designs, ‘Beaded Stripe’ and ‘Paperclip’ come in a collection of espresso cups and saucers, mugs and saucers, teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug and cake stand, in a mix and match array of 4 colours: Box Orange/Taupe, Donkey/Black, Putty/White, and Bluebell/Cream. "Inspiration for the shapes was based on a set of fine espresso cups that I inherited from my great aunt, also late 19th century Russian Imperial porcelain, and my many trips to Morocco. I did not want the collection to be too precious, but to have a more quirky, fun, Mad Hatters Tea Party feel - yet still elegant and suitable for the dish washer!"
Available early in May - For information, find Make International's details on our 'Contact' page.
Grab a bargain at our increasingly popular 'End of Line' sale shop, which carries discontinued lines of fabric and wallpaper that we still have stock of - all at amazing prices! Just Follow the link on our 'Contact' page, and hurry while stocks last!
The perennial spoke and triangle motifs used by Neisha create a sharp Z across her 'Zebra' design, which now joins the collection of handmade rugs available through The Rug Company. Hand knotted from soft but durable Tibetan wool and lustrous fine silk, this is a luxurious and contemporary rug - for more details go to www.therugcompany.com
Neisha's 'Hedgehog' design is now available through The Rug Company as an entirely handmade rug. Crafted by weavers in the Kathmandu area using the finest natural yarns, this is a unique and elegant rug - for more details go to www.therugcompany.com