Arthur's Garden

The Arthur's Garden collection is inspired by Liberty's founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty's, very own Japanese Garden. Step inside his beautiful botanical retreat, filled with plants brought home from travels afar.

In the 1890s, Arthur Lasenby Liberty and his wife Emma bought the Lee Manor in the historic British county of Buckinghamshire and decorated it with objets d'art from around the world. Following a trip to Japan in 1889, the couple fell in love with the country's unparalleled artisanship, creative heritage, and natural beauty - so much so, that the young Arthur Liberty was inspired to recreate a Japanese Garden of his very own, complete with a Lily pond, Bamboo trees, and even Japanese Zen rocks.Liberty Fabrics' designers have drawn inspiration from Arthur's Garden and the bloom laden trellises, tumbling Blossoms, and ancient Gingko trees that made his garden so special. Unwind amongst charming Chrysanthemums, marvel at Dahlias in full bloom, and see cascading waterfalls passing by blossoming Cherry trees. Arthur's Garden is a tranquil retreat for everyone to enjoy,

Meticulously hand-painted in the Liberty Design Studio, in the heart of London, and expertly printed in the Liberty Fabrics mill in Italy, the collection is traditionally screen printed onto Lasenby cotton, a base specifically developed for quilting and crafting projects.

 
 
 
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