Exclusive bold botanical prints for the kitchen from the RHS
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Banish bland. Forget beige. Bright, bold, colourful botanical prints are what the RHS are introducing in their new range of kitchenware, launching this April.
Image: rhs.org.uk 'Album Benary' by botanical illustrator Ernst Bernary
The new RHS Exclusive Kitchen Garden range has been inspired by beautiful botanical illustrations held at the RHS Lindley Library in London. Acclaimed illustrator Ernst Benary published his 28 plate ‘Album Benary’ in 1876, which, despite being close to 150 years old, remains an amazingly contemporary and vivid summation of the fruits of an English garden. His prints are the core inspiration for this new RHS exclusive collection.
Image: RHS Exclusive Kitchen Garden collection, exclusively in RHS shops and online
This bright and bold collection of teacups and tea towels works brilliantly either as a collective or as a couple of pieces to add a pop of colour to your existing collection of kitchenware. With cups in 6 vivid designs and tea towels to match there is something in the collection for any home.
Colourful and creative
Perfect for anyone looking for a pop of colour or for those seeking to add to an already eclectic collection of items, the new RHS exclusive Kitchen Garden range genuinely has something for everyone. Each generously sized teacup will cost you only £10 and the 100% cotton tea towels £8 each. This collection is only available to buy from RHS shops; Wisley in Surrey, Harlow Carr in Harrogate, Rosemoor in Devon, Hyde Hall in Essex, or on the RHS online shop, and will be on sale from the beginning of April.