Anjali is a textile designer based in the UK, passionate about designing beautiful prints and patterns for fabrics. She created Edge of the Meadow in 2014 after completing a degree in fashion and textiles at the Winchester School of ART. She aims to provide charming, vibrant eco-friendly designs for everyday use on kitchen textiles, scarves and homewares.
Anjali's sketches and photography capture beautiful images and patterns seen in nature and explore the ideas using digital manipulation. Through this process, a unique collection of print & pattern evolves. Anjali's print designs feature nature-inspired patterns from the surrounding Hampshire countryside and bright decorative colours inspired by her Indian heritage.
Anjali's designs embrace eclectic style and seek to harmonise contrasting themes and concepts. Inspired by elegant, vintage, and bold retro patterns, the collections feature striking geometric shapes balanced with delicate organic forms. The result is a print design that can hold its own or be part of a collection within a dynamic range of settings.
About Edge of the Meadow
Edge of the Meadow is a boutique brand specialising in beautifully designed, eco-friendly kitchen textiles. The designs are digitally printed onto organic cotton fabric and made into aprons, oven gloves, AGA covers, table runners and tea towels. A team of manufacturers based in the UK makes each item by hand. Anjali designs each collection to bring style and colour to your kitchen decor. New designs go into production when a previous one has sold out to keep the range exciting, exclusive and eco-friendly. You can browse and shop Anjali's range of kitchen textiles via her website.
Edge of the Meadow is a member of ACID