Fabrics from Glynn Boyd Harte’s â˜Originals’ collection for Dolphin Studio are seen here in the artists drawing-room. 2 A selection of the Dolphin Studio fabrics, wallpapers and borders. 3 â˜Garden Trellis’ wallpaper and border make up wall panels on ‘Dolphin Stripe’ paper. The cushions on the neoclassical sofa are covered in â˜Linen Check’. At right, an early design for The Dolphin Brasserie. every aspect of the new venue. Table-linen, menus, murals and fabric were all forthcoming. Due to its unusual position next to a swimming-pool, diners have the occasionally dubious pleasure of being able to watch the underwater antics of the swimmers, but most seem to enjoy this mildly bizarre setting. Needless to say, the theme of the Boyd Harte contributions are decoratively aquatic. â˜We all had such fun,’ he now recalls, and, as the collaboration had proved so thoroughly enjoyable, nobody was surprised when discussions began over the possibilities of setting up a business to sell Glynn’s designs to a wider public. â˜While we were still humming and hawing about the idea, Miriam dropped in one day and set the whole show up. Just like that!’ says Boyd Harte admiringly, adding sotto voce, â˜Miriam can be extremely forceful’.