Charlotte has been hand making beautiful yet practical,
embroidered and printed items for the home since 2010; with a background in embroidery and a degree in Textile Design, she quickly discovered her own unique style of
illustrative embroidery and has been hand making a unique range of homeware items for the past five years from a small studio nestled in a corner of the Cotswolds
countryside. A few years ago, when her one pair of hands was no longer enough, she enlisted the help of a small team to help with production and day-to-day tasks working from her studio.
Surrounded by farmers' fields, sheep, and pheasants,
Charlotte developed her embroidered designs into printed fabric collections, finding her inspiration in the colours,
flora, and fauna of the countryside, and being continually influenced by her ever-changing rural surroundings.
Growing up in the countryside provided Charlotte with
inspiration all around her, from hens pecking quietly in a neighbour’s garden, to wild cow parsley blooming in hedgerows in early summer. Her British-made homeware collection ranges from linen cushions, embroidered linen tea towels and kitchen accessories, to co-ordinating
stationery and beautiful screen printed crockery.
"Charlotte's range of stitched kitchenwares immediately casts a spell on you. As well as being chic, contemporary and incredibly well-made, they're completely and utterly irresistible"
– Harriet Brunsdon: production editor, Cross Stitcher magazine