A bold, statement pattern.
Often mistaken for sliced red peppers, red chillies or even poppies, the Ripe Wallpaper is a deceptive repeat of rusty, red circles that are actually taps from the glasshouse of the late renowned chef, Andrew Fairlie's, unspoiled Victorian walled garden where rare and remarkable produce is grown for his patented two star Michelin restaurant at Gleneagles. Ripe is a part of the Secret Garden Collection, a collaboration between Iona Crawford and Andrew Fairlie cultivated organically from a shared and deep-rooted love of nature and the Scottish landscape.
Iona studied and photographed Andrew's garden and created abstract designs for tableware and soft furnishings that are eye-catching, characterful and unique.
What our customers say...
I ordered a gorgeous pinch bowl for a girlfriends 40th and it arrived as promised; beautiful wrapped with a lovely personalised note and information on the piece and who made it. Everything was of such high quality and elegantly put together….my friend absolutely loved it and really appreciated the effort I had gone to. I didn't tell her it wasn’t quite all done by me!