If you've been hiding under a rock recently, you might have missed a few popular trends of late, including geometric shapes like the Chevron pattern and bold stripes, as well as tropical motives like pineapples, flamingos and palm trees. While many of us have fallen head over heels for these designs, its refreshing to discover something a little different and closer to home... So let me introduce you to Utopia Goods. A textile design studio based in Sydney who produce homewares, soft furnishings and accessories inspired by the Australian landscape.
Beautiful fabrics created through a labour of love, illustrations drawn by hand and screen printed onto 100% cotton of the highest quality. Passionate about what they do, owners Sophie Tatlow and Bruce Slorach can spend months at a time illustrating the perfect design for their business.
Think eucalyptus greens, indigo blues, earthy ambers, canary yellows and dusty pinks set the foundations of Utopia Good's signature colourways. Their designs depict native flora and fauna including the Waratah plant, Eucalyptus leaves and iconic Australian birds.
Do you love this Australian theme? Utopia Good's range continues to expand to include cushions (now in a linen fabric), quilts, tablecloths, bags and scarves! For something more customised, you can simply purchase the fabric to upholster your favourite armchair or bed! Given the company's theme and colourways, their products would look stunning mixed together with native timbers in a relaxed home... Could it be yours?
Explore Utopia Good's beautiful range online here.
All images kindly sourced from Utopia Goods.