Lorna Syson has collaborated with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to create a new collection inspired by her favourite birds and their habitats

Lorna Syson’s contemporary bird motifs have always been an integral part of her signature design style so it makes perfect sense for her to team up with the RSPB. Two new fabric patterns, that feature long tailed tits and hummingbirds, celebrate the important work the RSPB do protecting birds here and abroad and 10 per cent of sales will go to the charity.

In classic tones of navy, grey and soft pink, the Blossom & Bird design features a pretty long tailed tit perching on English cherry blossom. For Lorna’s tropical Hummingbird design she has chosen vivid tones of teal and mint as a backdrop for her majestic hummingbirds who can be seen hovering acrobatically amongst honeysuckle.

Lorna worked with the RSPB to choose birds that are a popular species both here and abroad to help raise awareness of the RSPB’s work in the UK and around the world where they run conservation projects across Africa and Asia.

“Collaborating with the RSPB has been a dream come true for me. I really admire the work they do and I am so delighted that a percentage of sales will go to the charity,” explains Lorna.

Lorna Syson celebrated 10 years in business this autumn by launching an RSPB stationery collection in September and her home collection at Decorex International. Items will be available from RSPB stores, the RSPB website and from the Lorna Syson website.




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