Pattern, Texture & Patina

‘Let the form of an object be what it may ~ light, shade, and perspective will always make it beautiful’ ~  John Constable 

 I have an eye for these things or so I have been told.  I take time to look at things whether it be in my home or on my travels.  To stop and look at different patterns, textures and patina be it wool on metal, floral on floral, crackled glazing, wood, masonry and so on is quite liberating.

I dare say this is one of the reasons I love crockery so much, the textures of the china, a myriad of patterns and forms, are intoxicating.  Interior design comes to the fore with my passions for such things; placing pieces together to see what works and what doesn’t. I have lots of fun bringing such elements into my own  home with great satisfaction.

I do hope you stop for a while too and really look, you may find something wonderful in the least expected place.


Jane x

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