Here is a little happy Friday treat for you. Rosemary Milner is an English printed textile designer and this is her lovely range of ‘small things’. Rosemary has a great consideration for craft and traditional methods of printing and production, such as hand-etching, lino illustration and silk-screen print – as can be clearly seen in these examples of her work. Rosemary’s current collections are inspired by historical narratives and natural imagery. Researching woodland animals alongside British birds and plants, Rosemary’s designs have a traditional, rural and bespoke quality. Hand-stitched motifs, stitched into papers and fabrics and embellished vintage found items are quintessentially Rosemary’s style. The range also extends into mass-printable linens and furnishings for the home, evoking a subtle, composed feel for interiors. Her work is simply gorgeous. I love the dainty depictions of small forest creatures. Lelanie Slater is a talented combination of interior designer, writer, blogger and lover of all things unique, beautiful and creative. She is the editor and curator behind Of Beauty and Love. This blog is a space where she features trends, products, images, inspiration, people and more. The criteria? Be lovely, unique, and interesting.