Tori Murphy in the Kitchen
You already know how much I love rustic elements in the kitchen. Was it only last week I wrote about it? Well, it’s often difficult to find modern accessories that suit this kind of look so I was delighted to see the new range of kitchen textiles from British designer Tori Murphy.
The collection consists of a pared-back palette of taupe, soft mushroom and black and looks perfectly at home with worn wood and rustic elements as much as it would look perfectly at home in a contemporary kitchen.
In case you don’t already know, Tori Murphy is an up and coming lifestyle and homeware brand specializing in woven fabric. Tori is dedicated to crafted products with character and integrity and is proud of manufacturing 100% in England.
After graduating in 2012 from The Royal College of Arts, Tori worked in Milan designing textiles for a range of clients including DKNY, Fendi, and Christian Dior and it’s here she developed a deep understanding of textile production. Returning home, she began forming a collection inspired by the beautiful fabrics she had been surrounded by in Italy, and today, her textiles speak of an understated luxury.
Stockists include Harrods, Selfridges, Heal’s, Daylesford Organic and Lane Crawford.