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Object of Desire: Table Linens from Colour Squatters in the UK

Spotted (and admired): a new collection of graphic table linens from Colour Squatters, a collaboration between interior designer Jill Macnair and textiles designer Pablo Di Francesco. “We wanted to promote the idea of inclusivity in our work,” they say, “which led us to focus on the table—a place where people from all cultures congregate. For our first collection, inspiration comes from multiple genres, such as architecture, art, food, fashion, and travel.”

Colour Squatters has environmental cred:  As they say, “Our fabric is GOTS certified, which means it’s organic, nontoxic, and has been made in an ethical environment. The dyes are OEKO-Tex certified and water based. And the machine used to print the fabrics has an Eco Passport certification for its sustainability.”

N.B.: For London Craft Week, which runs from October 4th to 9th, Colour Squatters has collaborated on two one-off printed cushions for Remodelista favorite Another Country.

Here’s a look:

The Egon Tablecloth is £260.
Above: The Egon Tablecloth is £260.
A closeup of the Egon print, which was inspired by the Jurassic Coast sculptural rock formations.
Above: A closeup of the Egon print, which was inspired by the Jurassic Coast sculptural rock formations.
The Egon Tablecloth is £260.
Above: The Egon Tablecloth is £260.
A detail of the Egon Tablecloth.
Above: A detail of the Egon Tablecloth.
The Peak Tablecloth is £260 and is available in three colorways.
Above: The Peak Tablecloth is £260 and is available in three colorways.
A detail of the Peak Tablecloth.
Above: A detail of the Peak Tablecloth.

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