With nature's inspiration as a signature theme for its iconic patterns, Sanderson is delighted to be participating at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.
Sanderson has joined forces with Wallgarden, creators of beautifully bespoke crafted playhouses to create an impactful installation at this year's show.
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The garden created by Multi Award winning designer Sarah Eberle, will feature two playhouses creating a town and country theme reflected not only in the garden but in interiors.
The 'Hampshire Cottage' playhouse presents the rural idyll. It is set in a kitchen garden and features a large play kitchen, decorated in Sanderson fabrics and paints – the perfect setting to create dishes with the vegetables and fruit grown in the garden.
The fabric selections of 'Hollyhocks' and 'Cottage Garden' are inspired by English cottage gardens, with 'Danbury' Active Emulsion paint creating a bright interior that will appeal to youngsters and their families alike.
The ‘London Shop’ playhouse depicts a beautiful period shopfront, based on the Pragnell showroom on Mayfair’s iconic Mount Street.Adorning the walls of the 'London Shop' is the exotic jewel-like 'Bird of Paradise' wallpaper from SS19 The Glasshouse collection.
Pragnell has a long history of incorporating nature into their jewellery designs, which are all handcrafted in their Great British workshops.
The playhouses and interactive garden nurture creativity and childhood imagination – a key theme for the show this year, which heralds the benefits of families and communities getting back to nature and the positive impact it has on their well-being.
‘Wallgarden’s work with Sarah combines our great passions and shared belief that gardens should be relevant, beautiful and useable places, which create a lifelong interest for all the family.’ ‘Collaborating with our incredible team of partners for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 brings together the very best of British design and manufacture,' says Nadine Charlton, Director and Founder of Wallgarden.
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