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Designhome Teresa Green unRaveled :: answers by Teresa

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B:: British is… Afternoon tea or a picnic in a field.

R:: room, my favorite room in our home is… our kitchen, its a light tranquil space, a hive of daily activity, with lots of treasured objects.

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I:: ideas come from…the everyday. Could be an ink spot on a paper bag or the proportions of an old watering can.

T:: time, I always make time for …dinner with friends, a bottle of wine and communal cooking.

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I:: indulgence, my secret indulgence is…having time to have a bath with the radio on and an empty house.

S:: style means..an expression of the things you have loved over time.

H:: home is…Norfolk where I grew up and my friends and family are.

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H:: hobby, I always make time for…rummaging at flea markets and car boot, you never know what it is you 'need' till you find it.

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M:: magazines I love to read are… world of interiors for the fantastic houses and insights into other peoples homes and Selvedge, a beautiful square textile publication filled with infinite textile knowledge.

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O:: outfit, my favorite thing to wear is…my loose grey linen dress with a rust coloured cardi and bare feet (weather permitting)!

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E:: enjoy, I can't live without…my george, a handsome aloof grey and white cat, who has the fur of a rabbit.

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…………Thank You Teresa……….

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Such a friendly home from one of my favorite textile print designers, Teresa Green. Teresa graduated from Loughborough University school of art and design. I have read in this article that she loves to work with red and green because of their uplifting and fresh feel. Her illustrations are so sweet, delicate and give me a very happy feel.

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  1. mapi

    I like teresa’s work on linen and I loved seing her home, so much like her design, delicate, fresh and simple… Thank you for sharing !

  2. Julie

    Such a cozy and warm space she has created. I love how she said she makes time for dinner with friends, a bottle of wine and communal cooking…my kind of gal!

  3. LP-E5 charger

    Such a comfortable and balmy amplitude she has created. I adulation how she said she makes time for banquet with friends, a canteen of wine and common cooking…my affectionate of gal!


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