| Sep 23, 2010 |
British mag Homes & Gardens launches fabric collection
Boh staff
By Staff

The licensing side of publisher IPC Media has introduced a new fabric and wallpaper collection for Homes & Gardens magazine. Like the magazine's aesthetic, the Homes & Gardens collection is classically English with a fresh, modern feel.

The range includes fabrics and wallpapers, and over 90 variations of florals, stripes, toiles and graphic patterns—each  named after an English country house or gardens such as "Mottisfont", "Charlecote" and "Chillingham."

“It has been wonderfully refreshing to work with editor Deborah Barker and decorating editor Kate French. Through their exceptional expertise in the field of interior and lifestyle magazines, they have brought a completely new editorial perspective to the process, as well as a wider vision of the challenges that decorating today presents,” said Ann Grafton, managing director of GP&J Baker.

“GP&J Baker is synonymous with innovation in fabric design and has one of the largest privately owned textile archives in the world. This is the perfect partnership between two classic English brands and the logical development of a long-standing relationship. It's been a hugely exciting project from the start,” said 

Homes & Gardens publisher Belinda Cooper.

The collection will be featured in the magazine's November issue.

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