Jane Churchill’s interior design work has made her a household name both at home and abroad. Throughout her career, Jane has completed a huge range of projects and her expertise has been called upon to work with everything from London townhouses, country homes and restaurants, to a box at Ascot racecourse and even the interior of a Rolls Royce! After spending many years designing well-loved fabrics and wallpapers, Jane turned her attention to other design callings.
First, she produced a range of fireplaces in collaboration with Chesney’s, one of the world’s leading fireplace specialists. The range consists of four designs and is produced in a variety of materials such as limestone and statuary marble. Each fireplace was inspired by a unique visual, combining the traditional elements of form with an original and beautiful design.
Jane Churchill then worked closely with Wilton Carpets to create a selection of irresistible high quality carpets, made in a range of designs and all from 100% pure new wool. This elegant and classic collection is traditional with a contemporary twist. She has also designed a line of textured carpets for Capitol Carpets of Chelsea. Made up in neutral colours, these can be used wall to wall or bound and made up as rugs.
Following on from rug and carpet design, Jane created a gothic inspired mirror in conjunction with Julian Chichester; based on an 1800 original and made up in one of four beautiful wood finishes. Most recently, Jane’s turned her hand to furniture, with a leather topped Oak desk and a curved desk covered in marbleised black vellum.
With a 48-programme television series under her belt and books published on both sides of the Atlantic, Jane has made a name for herself as one of the world’s go-to interior designers.
A perfect juxtaposition of geometric simplicity and bold pattern, the Pineapple collection marries colour with line to create bedlinen that has an exotic feel but a dramatic edge. The pineapple is a symbol of hospitality the world over, yet this collection uses vibrant greens and blues as opposed to the harsher yellows. The result is a crisp, fresh finish on 300 TC cotton sateen.
Antique Moroccan floor tiles were the inspiration behind the pattern on the Ellis bedding. Large Moroccan style floral motifs, finished in a pale blue on cotton sateen are bordered by a simple and elegant double edging. The pillows and cushions take on the same motif but around the edges so that the overall use of pattern is soft and calming.
Bargello style rugs are known for their bright colour and wavy patterns and were the inspiration behind the Ebury collection. Instead of tapestry, the cotton sateen of the bedding creates a real focus on the direction and repeat of the pattern. The 300TC embroidered bedlinen mixes horizontal with vertical stripes and V shapes for a contemporary twist on a traditional style.
A dense pattern and a strong contrast between white and blue make this collection striking and dramatic. The Draycott collection is 100% linen and reworks a well-loved tear-drop pattern into a modern design with strong shapes. The dotted border is a detail carried over into the pillows and sheet; the subtlety of the pattern offset by the strong use of blue.