A true advocate for New Zealand’s native rata and pohutukawa trees, Ingrid Anderson Textile Design is now paying homage to the work of the Project Crimson Trust. The textile design company is donating a proportion of all sales from the site of its coveted pohutukawa design.
Founder and textile designer Ingrid Anderson is an environmental enthusiast, leading the Forest & Bird’s Kiwi Conservation Club in Warkworth (Mid North Branch) for ten years. Co–director Craig Anderson has a long-standing relationship with Project Crimson Trust spearheading the propagation and planting of Pohutukawa at Rakino Island in the Hauraki Gulf. The idea to collaborate with the Project Crimson Trust blossomed from this hands-on involvement when it became clear that Ingrid’s Pohutukawa fabric was becoming something of an icon.
The Pohutukawa design by Ingrid Anderson has been refined over more than five years to become a permanent favourite in homes. The bold cut-paper design and glorious colour makes a striking hit in any room and the geometry of the pattern looks fantastic en mass.
Ingrid Anderson’s textiles are produced with a passion for vibrant colour and design, as well as a love of the environment. Printed on 100% natural fibres and made in New Zealand the complete product range includes home-ware for kitchen, laundry and bedroom spaces. The buttons used on her products are natural handcrafted coconut shell buttons. Quality and individuality are paramount.
A popular choice for magazine stylists for their dramatic use of pure colour and retro style, Ingrid Anderson’s contemporary designs have featured widely in magazines and make popular gifts both locally and internationally.
Please note, all Ingrid Anderson Textile orders are turned-around within 10 - 14 days.
Ingrid Anderson Textile Design Limited
44 Guy Road
Tel: +64 9 422 4000
Cell: +64 274 424560