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Patchwork Harmony


By IMAGE
03rd Jan 2014
Patchwork Harmony

Caroline Rowland Gallery

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Looking for an eclectic fix? Enter the world of interior designer Caroline Rowland of Patchwork Harmony, a Northern Irish lass now based in Kingston upon Thames. While predominately influenced by vintage style, her taste in interiors mixes contemporary and industrial looks, creating uniquely pretty homes. From crochet to paper craft, Caroline has tried her hand at almost everything imaginable and shares her favourite crafts, DIY guides, interior inspiration, products and places, so that you can try it all out for yourself.

PS Check out 91 Magazine, a free online publication founded and edited by Caroline, which features plenty of thrifty styling tips plus great recommendations for where to shop for vintage treasures in London and further afield.