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So you'll all know that I spent some long and exciting days at HOME London last week showing the first Patternbooth interiors collection to the world.  

I hadn't appreciated how little time I would have to browse the show, and so I confess it is certainly possible I missed something great.  That said, I made it my business to dash round a few aisles each day, and here is my pick of what I saw.


First up, the fabulous guys from MiniModerns have triumphed with their new wallpaper Peggy.  I think it's my favourite offering from them yet. LOVE it.


Miriam from MintPrint has expanded her lovely range by introducing wallpaper featuring two of her fabulous prints. They really caught my eye.


Now maybe its because I've launched my own range at last, but wallpaper was very much top of my wish list this show, and here was another wallpaper offering, this time from Bold and Noble, that I was liking a lot. 


This is the final paper for now.  Its not a brand new pattern, but this lovely from Ella Doran looks so good on wallpaper I had to include it.


Onto other things...

Stoke based potters Flux had a wonderful stand, and I particularly liked this pattern.


I thought this pattern from clever weaving duo Wallace + Sewell was particularly effective.


SCP can always be relied on to have impeccable taste, and this show was no exception, with Donna Wilson's impressive baskets on show.


Artek's collection of brilliant clean and classic patterns was always going to be a favourite of mine.


Finally the House of Hemingway stand from design icons Hemingway Design couldn't fail to impress with it's vintage suburban chic.

I hope you enjoyed this little round up.  I'll be bringing you some other odds and sods from the show that caught my eye over the next couple of weeks.