Sea – sky – shells – colour inspirations
We are bombarded with colour inspirations when by the sea, the sky and the glorious mix of shells thrown up by the waves. So here are a few images of seascapes and our fabrics and interior art pieces that are creations inspired by the sea, sky and shells.
The intense vivid colours of the Mediterranean sea and the coastal gardens brightly spattered with brilliant colours.
New Zealand’s amazingly varied features on land and the glorious sea and coastal beauty is something that you cannot imagine being so perfect until you experience it yourself.
The wild coastal waters of West Wales – stormy seas and summer calm – a different atmosphere every single day.
Unspoilt beauty of remote villages in West Wales. Dramatic sea, wild-life and the contrast of mill-pond days – perfect for inspiring colours and textures.
Working coastal village where fishermen prepare their lobster pots and a textile designer captures the images of their toil to turn into textile art.
Crabs, seaweed, shells, lichen on rust and faded flowers – the muted tones of beachside walks.
Every day, all through the day, the sky and sea display a different picture – breathtaking beauty from which to capture ideas for colours and textures.
A walk along the beach when the tide is out and the wind has ceased its creative work with the sand.
A vies from Charles and Patricia’s bedroom window – imagine waking up to that picture in all its weathered variety every day?
The intriguing shapes and organic swirls in shells have inspired designers throughout time – architectural staircases formed like the centre of a shell, textiles, paintings, ceramics, endless variety of shapes taken from nature.