When I first saw the new collection by fabric designer Julia Brendel I thought of home, and home being Sweden. The patterns just really remind me of old-time Sweden, and the table cloths and kitchen towels my dear grandma used to weave.
However, this collection is not inspired by Scandinavia, but of the traditional 19th century Hungary. The range is very nostalgic and folk-inspired with its lovely muted hues and soft patterns, and would be a perfect addition to a more traditional kitchen. The fabrics just give that lovely homely feeling to a room, and creates a really chic character.
The Hungarica collection is woven by highest standards and is infused with top quality craftsmanship such as lace and cross stitch, which along with the soft pastel colours of lavender and sky blue makes a perfect composition.
What do you think of Hungarica by Julia Brendel?