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Chintz Collection

"Bringing Vintage Charm to Your Bedroom: Homemade Soft Furnishings with Chintz, 1954" Step back in time and embrace the timeless beauty of chintz

Background imageChintz Collection: Homemade soft furnishings for a bedroom, 1954

Homemade soft furnishings for a bedroom, 1954
A bedroom with homemade pelmet, chintz curtains and a " delightful" frilled bedspread

Background imageChintz Collection: Roses (Rosa Mini Eden )

Roses (Rosa Mini Eden ) flowers and buds

Background imageChintz Collection: Neckwear, 1800-1815. Creator: Unknown

Neckwear, 1800-1815. Creator: Unknown
Neckwear, 1800-1815

Background imageChintz Collection: Arm Chair

Arm Chair

Background imageChintz Collection: Retirement flat JLP01_10_17771

Retirement flat JLP01_10_17771
Oak Lodge, Cambridge Road, Wanstead, Redbridge, Greater London. A bedroom in one of the retirement flats at Oak Lodge. Laing built this block of 33 warden assisted retirement flats between December

Background imageChintz Collection: The Evenlode Chintz

The Evenlode Chintz
The Evenlode chintz pattern designed by William Morris, manufactured by his company, Morris and Co. Ltd. Most of his chintz designs were created from his rejection of mass production. Date: 1883

Background imageChintz Collection: Evenlode Chintz Design

Evenlode Chintz Design
A design for the Evenlode chintz pattern made by Morris and Co. Ltd, designed by William Morris. Date: 1883

Background imageChintz Collection: Compton Chintz

Compton Chintz
A floral patterned chintz famously designed by William Morris, pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, manufactured by Morris and Co. Ltd. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageChintz Collection: Kennet Chintz Design

Kennet Chintz Design
A floral design for a chintz, by William Morris from his disgust of Victorial industrially made textiles, allowing him to take inspiration from earlier examples in style. Date: 1883

Background imageChintz Collection: Tulip And Willow Chintz Design

Tulip And Willow Chintz Design
A design for a chintz, comprising of a cluster of tulips and willow tree leaves. Manufactured by Morris and Co. Ltd. Date: circa 1873

Background imageChintz Collection: The Strawberry Thief Chintz

The Strawberry Thief Chintz
A design for a chintz titled The Strawberry Thief, by William Morris, featuring a pair of thrushes, one with a strawberry in his mouth

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz shoe designs

Chintz shoe designs
Two pairs of Chintz shoe designs. A novelty that arrived in 1925. Described as a shoe to be fitted with a white dress. They usually were lavish patterns and colours. Date: 1925

Background imageChintz Collection: Ideas for transforming furniture using colourful chintz, wallpaper and paint. Date: 1954

Ideas for transforming furniture using colourful chintz, wallpaper and paint. Date: 1954

Background imageChintz Collection: Woman at home with baby elephant Date: circa 1960s

Woman at home with baby elephant Date: circa 1960s

Background imageChintz Collection: The Meal (oil on canvas)

The Meal (oil on canvas)
471149 The Meal (oil on canvas) by Braekeleer, Henri de (1840-88); 69.5x94.5 cm; Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium; (add.info.: Originally "The dessert")

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz Curtain, India, First quarter 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Chintz Curtain, India, First quarter 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Chintz Curtain, India, First quarter 18th century. Detail from a larger artwork

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintzes from Quilt, c. 1938. Creator: Catherine Fowler

Chintzes from Quilt, c. 1938. Creator: Catherine Fowler
Chintzes from Quilt, c. 1938

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz Square, c. 1938. Creator: Daniel Fletcher

Chintz Square, c. 1938. Creator: Daniel Fletcher
Chintz Square, c. 1938

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz, c. 1939. Creator: Sylvia DeZon

Chintz, c. 1939. Creator: Sylvia DeZon
Chintz, c. 1939

Background imageChintz Collection: French scroll sofa, adapted for the drawing-room, which may be made of rose-wood

French scroll sofa, adapted for the drawing-room, which may be made of rose-wood, with gold ornaments
6339861 French scroll sofa, adapted for the drawing-room, which may be made of rose-wood, with gold ornaments, and covered with rich chintz or silk tabouret by British School

Background imageChintz Collection: Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Florence Stevenson

Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Florence Stevenson
Glazed Chintz, c. 1937

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz. 1936. Creator: Erwin Stenzel

Chintz. 1936. Creator: Erwin Stenzel
Chintz, c. 1936

Background imageChintz Collection: Fragment, England, 1775 / 1800. Creator: Unknown

Fragment, England, 1775 / 1800. Creator: Unknown
Fragment, England, 1775/1800

Background imageChintz Collection: Fragment, England, c. 1815. Creator: Unknown

Fragment, England, c. 1815. Creator: Unknown
Fragment, England, c. 1815

Background imageChintz Collection: Panel, India, late 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Panel, India, late 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Panel, India, late 18th century

Background imageChintz Collection: Curtain Fragment with Rows of Flowers, India, Before 1667. Creator: Unknown

Curtain Fragment with Rows of Flowers, India, Before 1667. Creator: Unknown
Curtain Fragment with Rows of Flowers, India, Before 1667

Background imageChintz Collection: Panel of Chintz for a Skirt, India, 1730-50. Creator: Unknown

Panel of Chintz for a Skirt, India, 1730-50. Creator: Unknown
Panel of Chintz for a Skirt, India, 1730-50

Background imageChintz Collection: Fragment (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775 / 1800. Creator: Unknown

Fragment (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775 / 1800. Creator: Unknown
Fragment (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775/1800. Floral print with pineapples

Background imageChintz Collection: Cover, India, 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Cover, India, 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Cover, India, 18th century

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz, c. 1936. Creator: Suzanne Roy

Chintz, c. 1936. Creator: Suzanne Roy
Chintz, c. 1936

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz Valance for Poster Bed, c. 1935. Creator: Raymond Manupelli

Chintz Valance for Poster Bed, c. 1935. Creator: Raymond Manupelli
Chintz Valance for Poster Bed, c. 1935

Background imageChintz Collection: Yellow Glazed Chintz, c. 1939. Creator: Joseph Lubrano

Yellow Glazed Chintz, c. 1939. Creator: Joseph Lubrano
Yellow Glazed Chintz, c. 1939

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz, c. 1938. Creator: Henry Meyers

Chintz, c. 1938. Creator: Henry Meyers
Chintz, c. 1938

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz, 1936. Creator: Marie Mitchell

Chintz, 1936. Creator: Marie Mitchell
Chintz, 1936

Background imageChintz Collection: Hand Blocked Chintz, c. 1936. Creator: Edith Magnette

Hand Blocked Chintz, c. 1936. Creator: Edith Magnette
Hand Blocked Chintz, c. 1936

Background imageChintz Collection: Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Edith Miller

Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Edith Miller
Glazed Chintz, c. 1937

Background imageChintz Collection: Floral print, 1799. Creator: Hartmann et Fils

Floral print, 1799. Creator: Hartmann et Fils
Floral print, 1799

Background imageChintz Collection: Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Grace Halpin

Glazed Chintz, c. 1937. Creator: Grace Halpin
Glazed Chintz, c. 1937

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz Border, c. 1937. Creator: Edith Miller

Chintz Border, c. 1937. Creator: Edith Miller
Chintz Border, c. 1937

Background imageChintz Collection: Chintz, 1935 / 1942. Creator: Raymond Manupelli

Chintz, 1935 / 1942. Creator: Raymond Manupelli
Chintz, 1935/1942

Background imageChintz Collection: Printed Cotton Chintz, c. 1940. Creator: Joseph Lubrano

Printed Cotton Chintz, c. 1940. Creator: Joseph Lubrano
Printed Cotton Chintz, c. 1940

Background imageChintz Collection: Portrait of Margaret Anglin reading, 1906 (silver gelatin print)

Portrait of Margaret Anglin reading, 1906 (silver gelatin print)
MNY381321 Portrait of Margaret Anglin reading, 1906 (silver gelatin print) by Byron Company (fl.1890-1942); 19.7x18.4 cm; Museum of the City of New York, USA; (add.info.: Anglin (1876-1958)

Background imageChintz Collection: The Sweating System (litho)

The Sweating System (litho)
1595305 The Sweating System (litho) by Almond, William Douglas (1866-1916); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Sweating System. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 26 May 1888)

Background imageChintz Collection: Marble end paper (paper)

Marble end paper (paper)
STC312830 Marble end paper (paper) by Kilburn, William (1745-1818); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Irish, out of copyright

Background imageChintz Collection: Small glazed palampore or bed-covering sample from Masulipatam in Madras

Small glazed palampore or bed-covering sample from Masulipatam in Madras
HMP394686 Small glazed palampore or bed-covering sample from Masulipatam in Madras, from The Collection of the Textile Manufacturers of India, by John Forbes Watson

Background imageChintz Collection: Textile design, Pink Roses with additional colour swags. French, early 19th century

Textile design, Pink Roses with additional colour swags. French, early 19th century
STC255721 Textile design, Pink Roses with additional colour swags. French, early 19th century by Anonymous; Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; out of copyright

Background imageChintz Collection: Marble end paper (paper)

Marble end paper (paper)
STC312827 Marble end paper (paper) by Kilburn, William (1745-1818); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Irish, out of copyright

Background imageChintz Collection: Where Last we Met (chromolitho)

Where Last we Met (chromolitho)
2803131 Where Last we Met (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Where Last we Met)



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"Bringing Vintage Charm to Your Bedroom: Homemade Soft Furnishings with Chintz, 1954" Step back in time and embrace the timeless beauty of chintz. In 1954, homeowners discovered the enchanting allure of homemade soft furnishings for their bedrooms. The delicate roses of Rosa Mini Eden bloomed gracefully on fabrics like The Evenlode Chintz, Compton Chintz, Kennet Chintz Design, and Tulip And Willow Chintz Design. Transport yourself to a bygone era as you explore the exquisite patterns adorning these textiles. One particular design that stole hearts was The Strawberry Thief Chintz – its intricate detailing capturing nature's whimsy perfectly. But chintz wasn't limited to just fabrics; it even found its way onto shoe designs. Not only did chintz add elegance to interiors, but it also sparked creativity in transforming furniture using colorful chintz, wallpaper, and paint. Imagine how a simple chair or table could be completely rejuvenated with a touch of vibrant chintzy charm. While browsing through vintage photographs from the 1960s, we stumbled upon an unexpected sight – a woman at home accompanied by her adorable baby elephant. This heartwarming image showcases how even our furry friends can appreciate the comfort and style provided by chintzed surroundings. Fast forward to today; retirement flats still bear witness to the enduring appeal of this classic fabric. Take inspiration from Retirement flat JLP01_10_17771 as you envision your own cozy haven adorned with delightful floral prints reminiscent of yesteryears. So why not indulge in nostalgia? Embrace the romance and sophistication that comes hand-in-hand with chintzed decor. Let your imagination run wild as you create your very own vintage-inspired sanctuary filled with homemade soft furnishings featuring charming chints designs from 1954.