Contemporary patterns: Santhiya by Virginia Langley for Brintons

Introducing Santhiya (meaning “natural beauty” in Thai), which is inspired by the outdoor wonders of nature. Designed by Virginia Langley for Brintons, Santhiya combines various painting and brush techniques, offering a range of contemporary patterns and textures. Langley’s design reinterpreted wildflowers (like the Australian saffron thistle and the African protea) into the classic styles of Northern Africa, or splashed abstractly in layers and textures to give them modern look. Terrains of rocks and windswept brushes were also reinterpreted, giving the textiles extra effect.

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