In the mid 1960's Florence's company monopolised the Australian market and they soon after began exporting to America, Peru, Paris, the Middle East and Norway.

Florence Broadhurst - Japanese Bamboo wallpaper in an entrance hall (Florence Broadhurst fabrics, wallpapers, rugs and accessories all available from Mills and Kinsella 07921

Iconic textiles designer Florence Broadhurst, whose designs were as vibrant and fascinating as her storied life, seated in front of one of her most popular patterns, Peacocks.

The Iconic Australian Designer You Need to Know About Now

Florence was a woman who created a significant impact on the design world. As shown in the picture Broadhurst managed to even get her signature on the ceiling.  Although this room is very dark and gloom the ceiling paper perfectly contrasts with the other elements creating an elegant flair.

After moving back to Sydney from the UK, Florence Broadhurst created a revolutionary wallpaper business in She used rich and vibrant colours and i like that they are still adaptable and on trend in modern interiors today.

Florence Broadhurst's style consisted of oversized patterns, bold colours & an eclectic range of sources.  This chair clearly articulates her vibrant approach towards design. When Florence was 60 years old she launched her very own business, which was all Australian hand printed wallpaper designs. Announcing she would colour Australia.

Colours, prints and textiles: Florence Broadhurst

Florence Broadhurst was renowned for her flamboyant clothing choices, antique jewellery designs and her wallpaper prints. These pattern designs were not only utilised for walls. They were also replicated onto rugs, sofas, crockery, jewellery, ceilings, furniture items etc. this image is one of Florences Japanese Floral Navy Dinner set prints.

Why in the world would you shop anywhere else for Florence Broadhurst? For Florence Broadhurst shop at Peter's of Kensington today.