Following their involvement with G Plan, their wallpaper collections and their prints, Hemingway Design are gradually taking over our homes. They might be taking over the wardrobe of craftier types too as they've recently released a 1950s-style textiles range.
Yes, lovers of mid-century textile design should rejoice, as there's a great range to chose from and at a price that's a fraction of what original pieces sell for. This is Hemingway Design's first on the roll textile collection and is being manufactured by Makower, a British company with a long heritage.
The collection reflects the run of 1950s designs, from softer pastel patterns to much bolder designs, each with a genuinely retro look. All are 100% cotton poplin.
There's a list of stockists on the Hemingway Design website but to get a good idea of the range of fabric, have a look on the Guthrie and Ghani website, from which the below image is taken. They're selling the fabric at £6 per half metre.