A silk print depicting the gardens of the Real Alcazar in Sevilla, a jacquard weave taking influence from crumbling mudejar tiles, and an embroidered faux fur rug.
A hand painted design embellished with a digitally embroidered leaf trim.
A digitally embroidered faux fur throw inspired by Mudejar tiles in Sevilla
A digitally embroidered cushion, using thread to create movement and interesting tactility.
A wall covering design
A digitally embroidered rug design depicting fallen leaves.
A double cloth jacquard piece inspired by crumbling Mudejar tiles adorning garden walls in Sevilla.
An illustrative toile de jouy style wall covering piece.
Megan specialises in Integrated Digital Practices, focusing on painting skills, digital embroidery, jacquard weave, laser technologies and adobe software.
‘El Jardin’ is a high-end residential interiors collection inspired by the royal palaces and gardens of Sevilla. Aiming to emulate the uncontrollable processes of growth and decay, she endeavours to use her contemporary digital practise without losing the organic quality of handcraft. Megan has used a vibrant colour palette and range of surfaces to produce a diverse assortment of outcomes. She has used skills accumulated over her degree to create a collection of wall coverings, rugs, furniture, cushions and upholstery fabrics. Having a passion for design and styling in the context of both interiors and fashion, Megan’s particular strengths and interests lie within the interior design industry.
Peter Mikic Interiors