how did the quilt cover designs come about?
With Fruit Salad, our Textile Designer Clare came up with the fun combinations of fruits mixed in with flowers and foliage. Printed onto textured cotton, in a really vibrant colour palette, it adds an extra dimension to the print.
Daisies really reminded us of summer picnics and picking flowers in the garden as kids. The embroidery just adds to it and makes you feel like you’re sitting amongst the flowers. Extra cute when styled with the Picnic Check Sheet Set.
Colour blocking is evident with Mateo, and offers a change of scale to our other quilt cover designs this season. It makes for fun styling options for kids to experiment with.
And Pye, a cotton chambray, has a great visual texture, and we’ve added a twist with a bold star print. This is a contemporary classic, it has so many different ways of styling for lots of different personalities.
what are fun ways to style the collection?
We want kids to have fun with styling! Adding lots of casual layers, mixing up print and textures, experimenting.
how has the collection aligned with Sheridan sustainability goals?
It’s important that our approach to designing the kids collection is thoughtful, reflecting our commitment to our sustainability goals. We design with longevity and utility in mind, using beautiful quality fabrics. This season we have reusable packaging — we developed the reusable organic cotton tote bags for this collection, that can be used by kids on many adventures to come.
and finally, is there any piece from the collection you see as...a favourite child?
Well, to continue with the puns — I have a soft spot for the Spotty Frill Sheet Set. I love the combination of the monochromatic spots with the frill on the pillowcase, it really adds fun to styling the quilt cover.