Rig furnishing fabric, by Lucienne Day (b.1917) for Heals Ltd. Screen printed linen. London, England, 1953. V Prints

Rig furnishing fabric, by Lucienne Day for Heals Ltd. Has a retro vibe in pink and gold.London, England, V Prints

lucienne day textiles | Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

Calyx Grey från Lucienne Day - not overkeen on colours though

Apollo, (detail), late 1950s. Lucienne Day. Manufactured by Heal Fabrics.

Manufactured by Heal Fabrics. At the Textile Museum, Washington, D.C Jill A. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III Collection of British Textiles. Courtesy the Textile Museum.

Lucienne Day design - SO lovely!

'Feathered Friends' furnishing fabric, by Sylvia Chalmers for Elizabeth Eaton Ltd. UK, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Lucienne & Robin Day

Robin & Lucienne Day were often considered the British version of Ray and Charles Eames, but though both Robin and Lucienne were design powerhouses, the didn’t work together as a team, but worked alongside one another in independent projects.

Lucienne Day, Sunrise, 1969 Machine screen-printed, Heal Fabrics Ltd.

Lucienne Day, Sunrise, furnishing fabric 1969 Machine screen-printed cotton designed for Heal Fabrics Ltd.

Post War & Lucienne Day

Post War & Lucienne Day

Fritillary by Lucienne Day, via the wallpaper files.the Cocteau twins song makes so much more sense now