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Painterly patterns always have us at ‘Hello!’ and Linwood’s second Omega Prints velvet collection brings us more to covet. The 15 designs range from small geometrics to bold brushstroke styles, inspired by everything from Moroccan kilims to vintage Russian textiles. The Crystal design (pictured in the Sunset colourway) is inspired by the work of British landscape artist John Nash

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