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Welcome to the Voyage Maison blog
For nearly twenty years, Voyage Maison has drawn inspiration from and within our natural world, from deep within a hedgerow, a burrow, a glen or a coastline. Our work, our designs and our products have long since adorned your homes, luxuriously bringing the outside in.
Just like the swooning of a thistle in the wind (especially in Scotland), trends undulate in and out of vogue, some more phoenix-like than others. Our commitment to delight in the spoils of nature remains and influences a lot of what we do. As Cézanne said, ‘Art is a harmony parallel with nature’. Indeed, this is where our design harmony is found, parallel to the sweet and gentle nature which inhabits these green and diverse lands.
Our visual affinity to nature and our commitment to using natural fibres and materials remains central to Voyage’s mantra; encompassing the perfect blend of traditional and modern design. Each of our recognisable watercolour artworks are hand painted in house and digitalised to beautifully capture the patterned, ethereal and whimsical style we embody.
Over the years, it has been a joy to play host to some of Britain’s most talented and inspired designers. We delight in having a studio full of artists, shelves stocked with paint and cupboards over-spilling with trimmings, pompoms and yarn.
For those long-standing friends, we believe this is what captured your imagination all those years ago; for our newer companions, we hope you too will delight and find solace in what we produce. We are immensely proud of what we have achieved over the past two decades, our focus expanding from solely textiles to now having your whole home in sight - whether you sit on it, sleep on it, hang it or light it, we have styles to suit every home.
We hope that you enjoy a glimpse behind the veil (in our case, that veil may well be floral and made of 100% cotton), as we share with you new and exciting projects; as we explore together Voyage Maison’s artistic ethos and canon.