Liberty fabrics are at the heart of Coco & Wolf, part of our brand’s DNA and a true design institution. Reflective of Liberty’s storied heritage and passion for art and design, the stunning prints throughout the century spanning archive are world renowned and it is an incredible honour for Coco & Wolf to be invited to develop prints with Liberty. Each print we develop with the Liberty fabrics team is exclusive to Coco & Wolf, designed with our beloved customers in mind, and these beautiful designs will never be found anywhere else. Today we’re introducing you to our latest exclusive; Donna Leigh in Silver Blue on the irresistibly tactile Tana Lawn™ cotton and silk! Get ready to fall head over heels…
ABOUT DONNA LEIGH IN SILVER BLUE
The original Donna Leigh Liberty print was inspired by a design by William Kilburn dating from the late 1700s. During this period Kilburn produced many designs for muslin, often with dark, rich grounds and contrasting flowers – this print reflects his signature aesthetic, with its hand-painted watercolour flowers.
Our exclusive silver blue colour way features a silver blue background with cherry red, teal and mustard pops throughout the floral and berry motifs.
Whether you like to use pattern in a bold and expressive way and it features frequently throughout your schemes or you prefer to use pattern more sparingly, just dipping your toe into statement making, mixing prints doesn’t need to be daunting. With each of our fabrics, whether they’re Coco & Wolf exclusives or not, we will always offer you printing pairing suggestions.
Donna Leigh in Silver Blue works perfectly alongside Capel in pink and Betsy in grey. For more ideas on how to create successful print pairings take a look at our Pairing Prints journal post.
We've already launched our inimitable Tana Lawn™ duvet sets and pillowcases in this brand new exclusive print which you can shop by hitting the button below. Coco & Wolf will be introducing more exclusive Liberty prints soon so make sure you're following us over on Instagram to see them first.