Friday, May 18, 2012

The Gold Medal for British design goes to Neisha Crosland!

Neisha Crosland is a Royal College of Art trained textile designer. In 1994 she started her own textile company designing scarves and accessories, and has gone on to design fabrics, wallpapers, rugs, bed linen, tiles, fine china and stationery, alongside table and fashion accessories for Hankyu Department Stores in Japan.
Her body of work has propelled her to the forefront of UK design, and in 2006 she was honoured with the title of Royal Designer for industry (RDI).
Sophisticated and unusual colour combinations, impeccable attention to balance and proportion, oversized graphics and symmetrical geometric motifs inspired by nature characterise her designs, which are highly popular with leading interior designers, and distributed by Turnell & Gigon in Chelsea Harbour.
Neisha seems to have her designer hand into just about everything these days ranging from fabrics to rugs and now tiles. Her clean somewhat ethnic/artdeco inspired patterns seem to crossover throughout her collections. They are clean, cool and still classic. I am in love with the Navajo tile collection for Deferranti, I only wish I saw them before I redesigned my powder room last year! I also think her rugs collection for the Rug Company is very sharp! the rug collection is definitely transitional and works well in either modern or traditional settings. So, in order to keep up with all this Olympic hoopla, I give Neisha Crosland a gold medal for her contribution to Britain's interior design!

A sample of Neisha's design work.

The office where she gets her inspiration,

A sample board of all her wonderful fabrics,

Wallpaper samples from

Wallpaper used in space, I believe this one is Moorish Circles.

Neisha Crosland for the !

Tudor Rose

Rug Company's use of Neisha's designs.

Office organizers by Neisha for

The wonderful Navajo tile collection for

I love very one of these, can you imagine how they would look in a cool rustic chic kitchen or bath!!


  1. Ok, I am seriously in love with her work. Everything! I need some office organizers!!
    Thank you for sharing this talented designer!!
    Happy Friday.

  2. I LOVE the wallpaper in the picture with the tub! Too cute! And the blanket in the first photo, it is very much a want for my own room.


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