Based on Adelaide’s beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, artist Dana Kinter’s unique take on Australiana has seen her forge quite the following, and with that, several high-profile collaborations. Off the back of a successful partnership with Gorman (Dana designed many prints for the fashion brand’s winter 2019 collection), she’s just launched a lovely, sustainable collection with Adairs that includes bedlinen, table lights, accessories, cushions and more.
Filled to the brim with motifs and moods inspired by the native flora and fauna of the Fleurieu Peninsula, the range’s includes eucalyptus, proteas, wattles and finches. But the eco-focus of the collection extends beyond pretty prints – it was made with sustainable principles in mind too.
“It is such a job to be a part of this Adairs collaboration. I am overwhelmed with the commitment and passion to create this beautiful collection, not only in designing a range that sings to my love of the natural world and aesthetic but a whole rounded dedication that also focuses on the environment and sustainability,” says Dana.
The bed linen is made from certified organic cotton, the cushions are made from certified organic linen, and both have been filled with sustainable material using recycled plastic bottles. Each bedlinen set is packed in a Dana Kinter printed, self-fabric, reusable tote bag too, eliminating plastic entirely.
Bedding and cushions aside, the range also includes serving ware pieces made from mango wood and finished with enamel gloss, that make Dana’s artworks really pop. Dana’s designs are also printed onto linen and made into lamp shades, paired with solid timber bases.