Have you ever wondered what inspired a certain designer to create such beautiful items? Well, designers find inspiration anywhere and everywhere, which is evident in these gorgeous luxury silk cushions by Alexandra D Foster. With a 100% silk front and back, they are printed and hand sewn in one of Italy’s most sought after mills in Lake Como, then finished off with specially sourced border trims. Each of the designs are directly inspired by Alexandra’s travels and it is very clear to see from the pictures below, where exactly she got her inspiration from.
Scalloped and geometric shapes, Alexandra found her inspiration from the roof tiles on one of the iconic domes along the Amalfi coast.
To Alexandra her visit to Morocco was a sensory overload, from her recent trip there, these beauties were born.
London she calls home and these ones were inspired by an intricate front door to a restaurant in her neighbourhood.
Alexandra’s fascination with the patterns and colours created when light hits broken glass, was the start of this cushion.
Directly translated from a photo she took of a wrought iron gate found on the right bank of the Seine in magical Paris.
Bring your holiday home, this St Barth’s cushions is such a close copy of the real thing, that you will be forgiven for thinking you are lounging in the Caribbean, instead of at home.
An elaborate Roman doorknocker on an old door near the parliament buildings in Rome, one of the many beautiful sculptures that makes Rome so special.
Images and info supplied by Alexandra D Foster
Feature by Theoda Solms Iles