Soft Geometry by Rebecca Desnos

I’ve been admiring these beautiful plant-dyed organic bamboo scarves made by London designer, Rebecca Desnos. They look like silk! Here is what Rebecca told me:

“My inspiration for the scarves was natural geometry; playing with geometric shapes to create something ‘softer’ and slightly imperfect. I produce the patterns by clamping wooden blocks to the folded fabric to form a resist (Shibori), and embrace the fact that the fabric does not line up 100% perfectly when it’s folded by hand. This produces geometric patterns that are ever so slightly off, softer on the eye, and more intriguing as a result.”

Have a very good week. Don’t forget to enter the dreamy Ink & Peat giveaway!

➔ SOME THINGS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED…

I love these pillows!

A gorgeous new bridal collection.

One of the prettiest autumn lookbooks I’ve seen!

Absolutely stunning painted portraits.

BEAUTIFUL! A wonderful vintage lookbook!

A striped rug, bath salts, fancy soap, a leather purse, an amazing book

Come find me on Facebook!

I played hooky in the fields and orchards.

Images courtesy of Rebecca Desnos. Photography by Vera Stevens.

 

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2 Responses to “Soft Geometry by Rebecca Desnos”
  1. Rebecca says:

    Hi Jen, Thanks so much for this lovely write up. You’ve made my day :) Best wishes, Rebecca x

  2. Jade Sheldon says:

    Oooo. I made need to add these scarves to my wishlist.

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