[Detail: Cole and Son Orchid wallpaper]
Aleta Bartel-Orton's Pink Iris. Some of you may remember that Aleta's textiles are all drawn and handpainted before the printing stage, which takes place in her home country, England. (She's an artist herself with a background in surface design.)
David Hicks' Turkish Flower.
Carolina Irving's Pomegranate in Desert Rose.
And Carolina's Kandyli in Rose/Blue.
Robert Kime's green Iznik is directly inspired by old Ottoman styles.
Doris Tillett's 1970s floral designs I'm including, not because they feel Ottoman, but because they have a place in the history of abstracted, stylized blossoms, and we'll probably be looking back at her work a lot during the next few months.
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