No fear that Australian fashion icon Collette Dinnigan has disappeared into the clean NSW country air with her latest design colloboration with Porter’s Paints.  Dinnigan has designed a collection of wallpaper inspired by “the rare and the natural, the whimsical and the opulent, her eye travels from the flower bed of her country home in Milton, NSW to the winding paths of the Boboli Gardens in Rome, always catching the subtle detail, always searching for a refinement of the beautiful” as stated on the Porter’s Paints website.  Dinnigan has included references from her passion of delicate craftmanship and use of artisan materials, particularly the traditional Indian craft of wood block printing on fabric.  The collection includes three designs Paisley Botanique, Fleur Diamant and Le Napoleon, each available in three different colourways including black, gold, pink and aqua.

I’m sure the colloboration of two esteemed Australian design companies will be a success with customers eager to have this stylish union in their homes.  Go to to see more of the collection.

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