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The Artists

Each fabric and wall covering sold at James Crossing is a unique expression of a talented artists’ craft.

Monkey Puzzle Tree Fabric

Charlotte Raffo carefully selects Yorkshire artists and works with them to create one of a kind designs which embrace creativity and innovation. Each design starts as an original piece of art. Charlotte is committed to “design with a conscience” and supports these artists by paying 20% royalties on all sales of their work. Click here to read more about Charlottote’s artists.

Naomi Sisson

Seed Home Design

Seed Home Designs patterns are created from Naomi Sisson’s original hand drawings. She draws inspiration from her surroundings on the Cornish Coast of Falmoth in England. All her patterns are digitally printed with eco friendly pigments onto natural cotton.

Emily Dupen


Emily Dupen is a deaf singer turned designer who founded Dupenny in 2009. She has a passion for vintage style which is displayed in her cheeky illustrations. Her goal in life is to make people smile and her fun and cheerful designs can certainly light up a room.

Claire de Quénetain

Claire de Quénetain

Claire de Quenetain resides in France and draws the inspiration for her paintings from nature. Beyond creating her beautiful textiles and wallcoverings, she is known for her custom wall murals and painted furniture. Her lively prints can also be found on specialty cothing collections by Daydress and Bonsoir. 

Louise Wargnier

Tatie Lou

Louise Wargnier, founder of ‘Tatie Lou’, draws the inspiration for her wallpaper and fabric from a variety of sources including ancient Japanese crafts, the beauty of mother nature, and the mystique of India. She is a master at the Japanese art of shibori as well as other hand dyeing techniques. Each print she creates is made from a mixture of shibori dyeing, hand and digital drawing, and painting.

Annika Reed

Annika Reed Studio

Annika Reed’s love of pattern began in her childhood while watching her father, an upholsterer, transform furniture with new fabric. Annika later went on to complete an MA at the University of Arts London in Fine Art Print Making. She specializes in woodblock printing and has spent time learning with masters in China, Portugal and America. Her patterns start with a hand drawn sketch which she then carves into wood. The process of woodblocking gives a unique handmade quality to all of Annika’s prints.

Tamlyn Blasdale-Holmes

Tamlyn Wallpaper

Tamlyn first began dabbling in the arts as a young child.  While recovering from the flu, his dad gave him a Celtic knot work book.  He then taught myself how to reproduce the pattern work within. This laid down the foundations for his love of design. The influence of growing up near Stonehenge in the historic region of Salisbury Plain embedded the Celtic and Saxon techniques further, inspiring him to develop his own more contemporary style. To be offering a sustainable collection of wallpaper is a happy detour in his artistic career.

Simon and Angie Lewin

St. Jude's

St. Jude’s is founded by husband and wife team Simon and Angie Lewin (shown above).  The idea for the company was born in 2005, when a collector of Angie’s prints mentioned that her work might translate well onto printed fabric.  They started out with just two prints and have since become a thriving business which collaborates with a variety of artists to create and print unique fabrics and wallpapers.  Each of the artists who works with St. Jude’s has their own creative style but all have a strong theme of nature and the natural world in their patterns. 

Katya Nappolini

Deus ex Gardenia

After studying at Central Saint Martins and spending a decade designing textiles for distinguished names in the world of fashion and interiors, such as Etro, Liberty of London, Ralph Lauren, and Anthropologie, artist Katya Nappolini was inspired to bring her own unique style to the world of interiors and start her own wallpaper brand. Much of her inspiration comes from historical botanical art. It beautifully captures the intricate details, scientific accuracy, and inherent beauty of each plant, which she aims to embody in her own work. Deus ex Gardenia, which means ‘God from the Garden,’ serves as the guiding principle for all her ideas to be surrounded by nature.

Bethie Tricks

Bethie Tricks

Bethie Tricks started sewing at a very young age and studied Textiles throughout school and on into university.  After teaching textile studies for a year she began work as a freelance design assistant with small creative businesses.  After several years of learning from these roles she decided to set up her own business. The inspiration for her patterns comes from a variety of sources including her travels.  She loves the thrill of developing her designs into pattern repeats and feels it is a privilege every time someone chooses to bring her designs into their home.

Victoria Sanders

Victoria Sanders Design

Victoria has worked in the fashion and interiors industry for over 12 years and has worked at several luxury design houses. After co-creating a wedding gown for Rosanna Falconer, which is now in permanent curation at the V&A, Victoria started her own bespoke bridal business specializing in floral embroidery. Most recently she has created a collection of exquisite hand-drawn and painted prints

Stephanie Le Cocq

Studio Le Cocq

Stephanie is a print designer from Somerset, UK who has worked in the global fashion industry as well as with several interior brands. In 2020 she established her own print company, Studio Le Cocq. Her patterns are influences by her natural surroundings, historical textiles, and natural history.  Stephanie has a firm commitment to protecting the environment. Her wallpapers are all digitally printed with low-emission, water-based inks onto Ecologo ® and FSC-certified paper. In addition, she also donates 10% of proceeds from each order to a conservation charity.

Richard Brand and Kerry McKenzie

Brand McKenzie

Richard Brand and Kerry McKenzie (shown above) have worked together and separately in fields related to wallpaper for many years, but they have only recently come together as a team. They work alongside a roster of talented British artists to create unapologetically bold prints. Their prints are hand drawn and painted then digitially reproduced on eco-friendly, FSC-certified paper.  Though each of their quirky collections has a wide array of bold colour and anthropomorphism, they also include more neutral, delicate prints suitable for sophisticated spaces