Legendary Australian designer Florence Broadhurst, whose mysterious, unsolved murder in 1977 made headlines around Australia, has now had her unique screen print designs translated into exquisite bedlinen and accessories for the bedroom.
The collection features a range of her best-known designs inspired by her desire to mismatch colours, textures and patterns.
The most iconic of her patterns is the Cranes range whose design features a delicate tracery of Chinoiserie style, available in linen, ink and coral.
Two others which are very popular are the Japanese Floral which boasts a bold pattern of stylised lotus inspired by the country's floral art and the Chinese Key pattern which reveals a touch of travel and ancient artefacts to its striking presentation.
The Florence Broadhurst collection also includes an array of delicately sequined and embroided accessories, including the "velvetine" range and other glamorous bedroom decorations such as a variety of cushions, quilted throws and pillowshams.
As a tribute to her renowned talent each quilt cover set, European and square cushions are printed with pearlised inks laid across 100 per cent cotton sateen.
Details: Florence Broadhurst's bedlinen and accessories collection is available in major retailers nationally. Visit florencebroadhurstaustralia.com.au for more information.