The Paisley Patterns
Paisley patterns are the new floral for this winters must have pattern. If you are really into fashion then this is the must have pattern that will be featured in every trend setters wardrobe this winter. Fashion forecasts have been telling us this design will come back in fashion, and now it has, you can find it on women’s blouses, men’s shirts , as well as children’s wear, and home decor.
Pattern By Agne
Simple Scandinavian Paisley
The paisley patterns range from simple Scandinavian one colour print patterns, to the high powered multi coloured patterns, that is meant to stand out from the crowd, not mistaken on the cat walk, it can now be seen in the main stream high street stores.
Pattern By Edyta Skros
Water Colour Paisleys
If you are lucky enough to plan and design your own unique wardrobe this year and fancy some up to the minute paisley patterns to add to your bespoke wardrobe, look no further than to our emerging designers patterns on our marketplace, who have designed many hand painted stunning paisley patterns suitable for apparel and home decor.
Paisley Pattern By Marina Popska
The Paisley Where It Started
Paisley Patterns may evoke the feeling of far flung places, exotic destinations, They actually come from much further away in India. The Iranian Buta motif first came to Britain from India, when the Kashmiri shawls began to be imported and worn by the British in the 17th Century. Unable to meet the demand they started producing the pattern in a town called Paisley, the town was renamed Paisley as a hub of weaving which started in the first half of the 19th Century and makers were kept busy making new versions of the shawls to meet public demand, and this is also when the buta was renamed paisley.