Traditional Indian Dhurrie rugs handcrafted in Jaipur, brought to you in Norfolk
Traditional Indian Dhurrie rugs by Bombay Sprout in Norfolk
Holkham Hall dressed using textiles created by Bombay Sprout in Norfolk
Jaipur Indian textile crafts people

THE BAZAAR

Blending a love of India with their eye for interior design, Emma Deterding and Zara Bolingbroke-Kent are bringing the delights of Indian dhurries to discerning clients across the UK and further afield.

INTRODUCING OUR NEW FABRICS

Established following a life-long passion for textiles, pattern and colour, Bombay Sprout Textiles is the collaboration of Interior Designer Zara Bolingbroke-Kent and Pankaj Kehr and Akila Seshasyee of Toile Indienne, based in Delhi. Made exclusively by hand in India, the collection is first illustrated and then digitally printed using eco friendly GOTS certified dyes onto fine Indian Linen and heavyweight Cotton and currently comprises of 4 designs in a variety of colour ways.

Our collections feature Mughal Marigolds inspired by the V&A collection, Mughal Horseman, the jaunty and colourful Diggi Boys on Elephant named after the Thakur of Diggi in Rajasthan and Palm Trees to go hand in hand with our colourful rugs.

We have just launched the 4 designs at the House and Garden Festival, which started on 20th June. Please email Zara on info@bombaysprout.com for further details on the collections. Prices will start at £75.00 per metre.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME AND SAW US AT THE HOUSE AND GARDEN FESTIVAL AND FOR BEING SO POSITIVE AND EXCITED ABOUT THE FABRICS.

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