My time in London continues to get extended and now in March I am finally getting the cool weather I was seeking. Despite the chill in the air, early signs of Spring are popping up. Even though there are only few flowers this time of year in the English countryside, mainly daffodils and little stumps of snow drops on my vista, I am finding the forever green fields breathtaking and freeing. With gentle baby lambs and grazing cows completing a scene that could be from a classic master painting. Only recently I connected the relevancy that my maiden name is Greenfield, very fitting I realize.
As always, I have my eyes looking for inspiration or just pretty things to sell and sometimes forever to keep treasures. It's a rare treasure hunt day that I don't come home with floral decor. I love the diverse styles of florals in design and how they inevitably always work together. An organized chaos of blossoms and blooms, kind of like my garden in Los Angeles. The below image is from my latest book, My Floral Affair.
In March, I made a quick trip to Target in Minneapolis for our annual design meeting to discuss collections for the year ahead. We have been their quintessential floral bedding partner for many years now. While fashion transitions and recycles, my main stay is always around flowers, feminine, and romance inspired by qualities of days gone by. Our new floral bedding collections available at Target now: Lily Rose duvet and shams, Cactus Rosebloom duvet and shams, Pink Sprinkle and White Blue sheets.