Introducing: The Vintage Rose Pattern

May 3, 2016 | Our Patterns

We are in love with our new Vintage Rose pattern. The design is inspired by the beautiful English rose gardens and combines pretty floral elements with elegant lavender stripes, giving it both a cute and vintage feel. The roses and leaves were drawn by hand and capture the natural beauty of roses in full bloom. The combination of pink, lavender and cream is just perfect and very girly. We like how the pattern is playful and elegant at the same time.

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We are in love with our Vintage Rose pattern. The design is inspired by the beautiful English rose gardens and combines pretty floral elements with elegant lavender stripes, giving it both a cute and vintage feel. The roses and leaves were drawn by hand and capture the natural beauty of roses in full bloom. The combination of pink, lavender and cream is just perfect and very girly. #vintagerose | countryhillcottage.com

What inspired us to create the Vintage Rose Pattern

Have you ever visited an English Rose garden in summer? If you have, you know how wonderful it is to wander from rosebush to rosebush, take up a flower and enjoy the rich smell. With so many varieties, including old and English roses, as well as modern shrubs and climbing roses on pergolas and trellises, it becomes nearly impossible to pick a favourite. Once in full bloom, the bushes seem to burst under the weight of the fragrant flowers. Rose gardens are undeniably romantic and offer a wonderful retreat from the bustle of daily life.

We are in love with our Vintage Rose pattern. The design is inspired by the beautiful English rose gardens and combines pretty floral elements with elegant lavender stripes, giving it both a cute and vintage feel. The roses and leaves were drawn by hand and capture the natural beauty of roses in full bloom. The combination of pink, lavender and cream is just perfect and very girly. #vintagerose | countryhillcottage.com

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