Botanica rug which was the one that really caught my eye last year but she does amazing and bespoke sliding curtain panels and room dividers to commission for residential and commercial clients, architects and interior designers.
Like Designer Michelle Mason, Selina Rose designs beautiful, contemporary rugs that add instant style to a home.
Stella rug (featured below, available in cream here) is a contemporary take on lacemaking where cotton yarns were traditionally worked into decorative shapes to create lace for clothes and home linens, Selina Rose's designs are inspired by nature and visits to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew (a must-see if you're coming to London).
Michele Mason and Selina Rose make their rugs in the UK (hence reducing footprint), using 100% wool felt - a material known for its eco credentials. They also use environmentally friendly dyes so you not only get a beautiful piece of design for your home but you do something good for the planet.
She said about her Cotton Bud wallpaper “I loved the unusual form of the cotton buds with their candy floss flowerheads. The plants at the Seed Bank are grown in glass cases which heightens the sense of fragility. My wallpaper celebrates nature and its importance to us and our environment.”
I'm also quite taken by the Cotton Bud wallpaper that Selina hand-drawn after a visit to Kew Garden’s Millenium Seed Bank which houses rare and essential seeds in an underground bunker as an insurance policy against the extinction of plants in the future.
The Cotton Bud Wallpaper (also available in turquoise/pink) is an eco friendly digitally printed product, made in the UK using environmentally friendly inks on paper from sustainable sources.
Cotton Bud Wallpaper is available in two colour ways Brights or Grey
£78.99 per roll. Dimensions 52cm x 10m (66cm repeat).
You may be interested in B&F's eco designs here.