Designer Sara Page creates contemporary surface pattern designs. Sara’s mark is very distinctive, it is a personal style; colourful brush strokes, with hand drawn artisan quality, reminiscent of the 1950’s depicting, wine bottles, hedgerow, allotment and flowers.
The distinctive ‘Wild Wine’ design makes reference to red wine, white wine, greens olives and black olives, so is perfect for setting the Friday night supper table!
Sara has licenced the ‘wild wine’ and ‘hedgerow’ designs to Coleshill Design, and they now adorn a large range of melamine products; trays, place mats, coasters, chopping boards and more.
The collections can be purchased at many independent kitchen/interior, gift shops and garden centres around the UK. Also, Sara has continued interest in her designs from Scandinavia, in particular the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art near Copenhagen, where they stock wild wine and allotment designs.
The other products in the range are bone china mugs, tea towels and the unique ‘bottlestop’© door stop and bookend. This is a textile bottle shape with Sara’s bottles and jars pattern designs, in her signature style, ‘Wild Wine’.
Sara’s instinctive colour and trend awareness, means that her designs sit very well with the present day interest in mid twentieth century modern ceramics and furniture. Her natural colour palette is as comfortable with urban surfaces like concrete and lustre metals, as shining white tiles and rustic woods.
Sara Page design