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Meet The Designer: Laura Fletcher

Posted on Aug 13, 2016 by

Royal College of Art graduate Laura Fletcher launched her debut homeware collection in 2014. A former freelancer, working in fashion and trend forecasting, Laura had always loved colour and stripes.

Mistley cushion, in Blossom and Grey, £68, Laura Fletcher Textiles

Royal College of Art graduate Laura Fletcher launched her debut homeware collection in 2014. Meet textile designer Laura Fletcher in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Royal College of Art graduate Laura Fletcher launched her debut homeware collection in 2014
Image courtesy of Laura Fletcher

The textile designer lives in Suffolk, on the east coast of England, and draws inspiration from the subtle beauty of her natural surroundings, from timeworn tree bark to weathered rope found on the beach. With a strong eye for colour and contrasts, Laura captures these elements in photographs, which she then references to make yarn windings to take to the
loom.

Aldeburgh cushion in Sea Green, £56, Laura Fletcher Textiles

Laura draws inspiration from the subtle beauty of her natural surroundings. Meet textile designer Laura Fletcher in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Laura draws inspiration from the subtle beauty of her natural surroundings
Image courtesy of Laura Fletcher

These luxury cushions are all handwoven in natural yarns at a traditional Suffolk silk mill. They combine neutral backgrounds with dashes of stronger colours, while subtle variations in the woven linen, wool and cotton also add character and visual interest to each.

Chalkney Stripe A cushion in Soft Grey, £70, Laura Fletcher Textiles 

These luxury cushions are all handwoven in natural yarns at a traditional Suffolk silk mill. Meet textile designer Laura Fletcher in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

These luxury cushions are all handwoven in natural yarns at a traditional Suffolk silk mill
Image courtesy of Laura Fletcher

Cushion stack, From £49 each, including duck feather pad, Laura Fletcher Textiles

Handwoven in natural yarns, this stack of pretty textured cushions by Laura Fletcher has a calm yet contemporary palette. Meet textile designer Laura Fletcher in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Handwoven in natural yarns, this stack of pretty textured cushions by Laura Fletcher has a calm yet contemporary palette
Image courtesy of Laura Fletcher

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