Cornwall comes to life in the spring, with a burst of joyful, vivid colour as the land wakes up after the long winter. The hedgerows overflow with wildflowers and woods are transformed by swathes of bluebells. This is the perfect time of year to explore the coast path, stopping off at beachside cafés to soak up the view and watch the waves roll in.

For this month’s palette, we’ve borrowed a selection of pretty spring colours. Sophie and Kathryn couldn’t resist taking a closer look at all the wildflowers for our unique prints, and they filled their sketchbooks with watercolour and ink drawings of cornflowers, milkwort, clover, daisies, periwinkles and wild chervil.

Wild Flowers

Aventurier Tunic and Sea Board Dress in Wild Flowers print

This delicate and detailed floral was created by Sophie and Kathryn. Inspired by wildflowers found growing in Cornish hedgerows, this beautiful hand printed design captures the essence of spring.

Watercolour Floral

Penarth Tunic and Paint Pot Skirt in Watercolour Floral print

Brushy watercolour marks form the basis of this striking floral print, created by Kathryn Fowler. We love the sense of energy and movement within it.

Milkwort

Chapelle Dress in Milkwort print

The wild abundance of Cornish hedgerows is captured in this beautiful print, created by Sophie Chadwick. Milkwort is a very delicate wild flower found growing in grasslands and chalky soils, which blooms from May to September.

Wild Chervil

Wheal Rose Dress in Wild Chervil print

This pretty floral print was based on little cow parsley sketches Kathryn created while out walking the coast path.

Cornflower

Garden Gate Top and Riviera Dress in Cornflower print

Wildflowers growing in Cornish fields and hedgerows inspired Kathryn to create this cheerful print, which evokes warm, sunny days and the simple pleasure of Sunday afternoon walks.

Wild Meadow

Briarfield Dress in Wild Meadow print

A stroll through Cornish wildflower meadows inspired Sophie to create this beautiful print, which features an abundance of poppies, oxeye daisies and cornflowers.

Flower Chart

Mrs Treloar Shirt in Flower Chart print

A vintage flower chart found in a little shop in West Penwith provided inspiration behind this unusual print, created by Sophie Chadwick.

Ever wondered how the team bring our prints to life? Read our Story of a Print blog and watch for yourself how a print goes from concept to shop floor.

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