If you love the English country house style, chances are you’re a fan of Bowood. The classic Colefax and Fowler design was based on a document originally discovered by John Fowler at Bowood House and has been in production since the 1930s. As far as I’m concerned, the 100% cotton chintz is the epitome of granny chic. I love it on headboards, walls, sofas—-you name it. Below, find some lovely uses of Bowood, which you can shop here.
(images: H&G: 1, House Beautiful: 2/6/7/8/12/23, Traditional Home: 3/4 , Janet Simon: 5, Jane Hall Design: 14, Atlanta Homes: 10/11, Gil Shafer: 15/16, Veere Greeney: 22, Lonny: 28)
Can you tell me where the green headboard slipcover came from?