Celia Birtwell Kitchen DecorBritish textile designer, Celia Birtwell is a muse to David Hockney. She is admired by the likes of Manolo Blahnik and Mary Quant. And now, thanks to a big resurgence of appreciation for Birtwell in England, we can even get Celia Birtwell designs on tea or coffee mugs.
In celebration of Celia's book which will be available October 2011, Decorative Things is offering Free Celia Birtwell mugs with a purchase of the book. Anyone who loves vintage or was a former Biba and Mary Quant British fashion lover from the sixties will love these Celia Birtwell mugs.
Gift boxed Birtwell Mugs.
Width: 9.3cm; Length: 11cm; Depth: 9.3cm.
Adapted from 1960’s Birtwell designs.
While supplies last, pre-order the new Celia Birtwell memoir from us and get a FREE Celia Birtwell Mug. Let us know which mug you want in the Comments section of the shopping cart. We will try to honor that request or let you know if we can't. Book & mugs will ship early October.
|Celia Birtwell Book & Free Mug||Birtwell Mug Mystic|
|Birtwell Mug Woman||Birtwell Mug Lullaby|
Although Celia Birwell is most famous for textiles, her designs are so wonderful they adapt to kitchen decor or anything else she sets her mind to. Born in 1941 near Manchester England, she is now still going strong. Birtwell’s designs have a timeless flair. Birtwell is even doing work for cutting edge, trendy British retailer Top Shop. Years ago I visited her shop in London. It was a quirky treasure off the beaten path. I find her work incredibly inspiring as do many others including the painter David Hockney whose muse she has been for many years.
Celia in a Black Dress with White Flowers
1972 by David Hockney