Leaving behind traditional and conservative wallpapers she created a psychedelic kaleidoscope of colour and patterns including oriental, floral and various birds. She totally revolutionised wallpaper.

Florence’s designs were hand drawn, painted and printed creating a kaleidoscope of colours and patterns reflecting her travels and life. She used new materials included metallic which are once again popular today.

The peacock design was perceived by Florence as one of her best mature designs.

FLORENCE BROADHURST: Florence and her original peacock wallpapers, which influenced today's present use of peacock and other oriental animal prints. Her use of oriental animals and prints originated from her travels and career abroad in India and China.

Cockatoos - Florence Broadhurst It can only be assumed that this design was inspired by her Australian back ground and interest with landscape painting.

Colours, prints and textiles: Florence Broadhurst

Style Icon: Florence Broadhurst A wall is not the only place in the home where you will see a Florence broadhurt design, her prints are also on cushions, throws, coasters and even pajamas!

Items all influenced from her style - elegant, timeless, art deco, use of striking colours

Florence's spent some time in Shanghai, China where she ran a finishing school. The crane is a symbol of hope, longevity and peace and the most favoured bird symbol in China.

FLORENCE BROADHURST Doona|Duvet|Quilt Cover Set Queen| King |Super King |Cushion

Florence Broadhurst - tropical floral wallpaper in champagne and Nile blue is filled with lush plantation scattered with butterflies, a typical tropical Queensland landscape

Queen size Fulham bedhead in Ella Peacock. heatherlydesign# Styled with Bianca Lorenne fine linen


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