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Sanderson x Giles Deacon
Lakeland Paradis Carmine Throw

£156RRP £195

Free delivery over £29
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Description

Introducing the Sanderson x Giles Deacon Lakeland Paradis Carmine Throw. Taken from an archive design, bursts of bouquets come to life in this trailing, digitally printed design, featuring roses and carnations abundant in petals. A quintessential Sanderson floral, Lakeland Paradis has been beautifully re-coloured with a sense of depth and shadow in the flower petals and leaves, contrasting the strong grounds on which they feature. This Quilted Throw, a classic English bedding accessory, delights in the accented bushel of blooms and adds further poetic Englishness with the box frill edge, and contrast cotton velvet piping. The reverse is a plain fabric, which beautifully juxtaposes the frill edge.

Sanderson x Giles Deacon Lakeland Paradis Carmine Throw – Inspiring Designs from Sanderson and Jones & Tomlin

Giles Deacon is a London based couture designer and illustrator mixing fashion, fine art, theatre and grand scale glamour, known for his expertly crafted pieces using bespoke designed fabrics, prints and intricate embellishments. His pieces are worn and collected the world over by private clients, red carpet celebrities and royalty with pieces in the permanent collections of the V&A Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His work receives international acclaim with coverage in publications including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, W Magazine, Love, InStyle USA, Elle, The World of Interiors and The Wall Street Journal Magazine with features in the Times, New York Times, Figaro and The South China Post.

Additional information

Dimensions 200 cm x 150 cm
Ranges

We offer free delivery to most UK postcodes for orders over £29. All accessories (eg. duvets, pillows and bed linen) are delivered by Parcelforce within 1-6 working days of ordering.

Please note that there may be a charge, and longer delivery time (up to 10 working days), if you live in a remote area.