I am attracted to, and instinctively fascinated by the simple: the beauty in a line, a brush stroke, or a drop of ink. My job is to compose these elements, by way of repetition, so that a pattern emerges. Then comes the colours. My working process is all about allowing the prints and patterns to unfold in a vibrant and artistic processHelene Blanche, Textile Designer
A chic collection embracing the subtle marriage of graceful lines, embellished organic ikat shapes, and decorative modern flair.View the collection
RIBBONA CELEBRATION OF STRIPES
Ribbon is a celebration of colourful stripes with a bohemian spirit blended with Scandinavian tradition. The collection consists of printed fabric and wallpapers reflecting a quality fusion of tradition and modernity.View the collection
The Kindred Path collectionHandcrafted rugs and stair-runners
The collection of handcrafted rugs and stair-runners are designed by Danish textile designer Helene Blanche. A modern take on the classic stair runner, The Kindred Path collection is characterized by organic lines and structural expressions presented in a natural color palette: yellow ochre, green earth, red earth. Helene Blanche has designed a classic elegant, timeless rug collection with a minimalist and abstract take.View the collection
Milan Design WeekThe Danish House
We are delighted to share with you, that Helene Blanche Fabrics & Wallpapers will be exhibiting at this year’s Milan Design Week.
The exhibition, named ‘The Danish House’ is curated by the famous Italian art collector and gallerist Rossana Orlandi in her gallery and will show Helene Blanche designs together with a selection of high-end Danish design brands. Rosanna Orlandi has chosen to exhibit Painted Stripe Lavender wallpaper and Painted Ikat Azurite wallpaper and fabric. We are happy to invite you to visit us at Milan during the Design Week to explore the exhibition.
Opening hours: Tuesday the 7th of June to Sunday the 12th of June, from 10.00 to 20.00 o clock.
Address: Via Matteo Bandello 16, Milan
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New Moiré Stripe colours
We are delighted to introduce Moiré Stripe in 3 new additional colourways. Loved for its refined style, timelessness, and great potential as drapery, we have revisited one of our classic woven designs, the Moiré Stripe, and expanded the palette to 7 colourways by introducing 3 new ones, Amber, Daisy, and Emerald. Create a vivid palette or use the colours individually adding a touch of glamour to your design scheme.View the collection
The Moiré Stripe in ‘Amber‘
Amber, Daisy & EmeraldNew colours available
Introduce stripes and texture in your home with the new Moiré Stripe lampshade colours, Amber, Daisy, and Emerald. The pleated lampshade in Moiré Stripe is carefully crafted by danish artisans, made in Denmark. The shades are available in various sizes & fabrics.Shop now
Needlepoint Stripe LinenNew Fabric Collection
We are proud to introduce Needlepoint Stripe fabric collection which enhances the current Needlepoint Stripe wallpaper range. The Needlepoint Stripe pattern showcases Helene’s passion and expertise for exquisite and richly crafted designs, exploring the interplay between classic craft techniques and modern design.View more
The Needlepoint Stripe Fabric in ‘Sienna‘
We are very proud to see our fabric design Stitch and Painted Ikat in the iconic home of Danish architect Erik Christian Sørensen. The architect designed the villa for himself and his own family in 1955, and has ever since been of great modern inspiration for generations of architects. The house is a masterpiece of refinement, simplicity, and craftsmanship. The house is today owned by Realdanias By & Byg, and has recently been carefully restored. Project by @tapetcafe.Read more
The Stitch Fabric in ‘Graphite‘
Needlepoint StripeNew Wallpaper Collection
The Needlepoint Stripe wallpaper bridges classic craft methods and modern design, showcasing Helene Blanche’s passion for stripes and dots. With a careful repeat of countless hand-drawn, slightly oval dots, the pattern takes its inspiration from traditional needle and stitching work, forming a striped pattern with a textured impression, beautifully printed on non-woven paper.Learn more
The Needlepoint Stripe wallpaper in ‘Ochre‘
Silky Linen SiennaNew Fabric Colour
Bold rust and earthy tones. The name Sienna refers to its origin: An earth pigment, a deep reddish-brown, known and used in its natural form by the ancient Romans. The Silky Linen Sienna fabric possesses elegance and grace, with its refined composition of silk and linen. It adds to the feel of a warm and welcoming, yet elegant and distinct interior setting. The new colourway perfectly complements other designs found in the Helene Blanche collections such as Painted Ikat, Polka Stripe, Drop, and Painted Stripe.View more
Painted IkatNew Fabric And Wallpaper Collection
Paying tribute to Kasuri, an old Japanese ikat weaving technique, the Painted Ikat Collection presented as printed fabrics and wallpaper, brings a modern look to these traditional and time-honoured skills. The artwork by Helene Blanche is original, hand painted with light brushstrokes in ink on silk – leaving the final printed collection decorative and characteristic with its defined brushstrokes. The soft abstracted ikat design, with historic and artistic references and intricate pattern, will provide for a classic and artistically refined ambience.View more
Helene Blanche’s fabric and wallpaper collections are deeply rooted in their design origins. Her exploration of how a single drop of ink behaves when it meets a surface gave rise to the Drop Collection, while the study of the “perfect imperfect”, brought her to reimagine the classic stripe, resulting in the collection Painted Stripe. Her fascination with female 20th Century Danish weavers led her to investigate the relationship between a piece of hand-stitched fabric and hand-drawn dots on linen, which became the Stitch Collection. Her playful exploration of small dots on fabric yielded an observation of how a myriad of dots forms a linear stripe with a woven expression, which became the Polka Stripe collection.View more