As expected they had the countryside inspired look down to a tee and their kitchen range is all about vintage, wood and creating that homely feel. The China blue collection also caught my eye and is very clean cut with striking prints. What I really enjoy about press days is the creativity that goes into the room sets, I loved the record players covered in floral cut-outs and samples of their wallpaper, as well as the stunning floral displays dotted around the room sets. Even though it's only June it was lovely to see the wonderful Christmas collection and I already know where I will be buying my decorations from.
|How beautiful are these fabrics?|
I also had a quick browse at their A/W clothing collection, some many pieces I want! There's a lot of tweed, wool and heritage styles, they had some beautiful bags and clutches that I cannot wait to see in store as well as a beautiful Fair Isle style jumper which I can image would be perfect on a cold wintery day sitting up against a fire with a cup of coco. Laura Ashley is such a classic and quintessential brand that constantly manages to stay relevant and on trend without losing it's ionic style. It was wonderful to be invited and the Laura Ashley press show and visiting London was just what I needed injected my soul with some inspiration