I first came across it in some interior magazine a few years ago and was so taken with the Polyanthus and Elderberries- wrapped "presents" shown there that, totally out of tune with my usual habits, we ordered a whole hoard of sheets, of many different designs. And, as you may imagine, I've added to this booty since.
Of course, she not only creates floral patterns. There are, for example, sailing boats, lighthouses, seagulls and Japanese lantern designs. Yet I consider her style so distinct, I feel I could actually bet on recognizing her work if I came across it in a shop. (I know I shouldn't bet though: recently she's also released some bold and brightly coloured geometric patterns which I would NOT have ascribed to her.) Still, there is more than enough plant-related "material" in her portfolio for me to be curious and contact her.
As for the children's bedroom, I'm not sure what we'll put up now. "Spring flowers" would be the immediate response, of course. There are more than enough to choose from in Emily Burningham's collection. But I have a suspicion that my two will opt for their favourite animal, the dolphin, instead. As Emily hasn't a dolphin design on offer, she'll vanish from our walls until next winter. Doesn't matter. In the meantime there are enough birthdays and other occasions coming up for me to make good use of her non-wintery creations.