Podcasts

Charlotte Jade, Luxury Designer brand for wall murals

by FESPA | 29/03/2021
Charlotte Jade, Luxury Designer brand for wall murals

Charlotte Jade is a Luxury Designer brand for Interiors founded in 2015 by designer Charlotte O’Reilly. With a love of nature and biophilic design Charlotte combines hand-crafted drawings, unique patterns and vibrant colours, to create the distinctive Charlotte Jade style.

Her patterns and products bring commercial and residential spaces to life...A champion of UK manufacturing, Charlottes products are manufactured in the UK. Charlotte has worked with many luxury brands including: 

Kelly Hoppen, Harrods, Fenwicks, Richmond International and the Rockwell Group on hotel and commercial developments. She has also had great success with a number of high profile bespoke projects including: Costa Coffee, Royal Horticultural Society, and London Zoo. In this podcast we discuss her inspiration, the challenges of building a brand from scratch and how digital technologies have enabled her success.

 

Preview & Download


by FESPA Back to News

Interested in joining our community?

Enquire today about joining your local FESPA Association or FESPA Direct

Enquire Today

Recent news

Features

The Next Challenge for Digital Textile Printing – A review of FESPA keynote at TPS 2022

Debbie McKeegan shares key trends and market shifts that were featured in her presentation at the Digital Textile Printing and Sustainability 2022 conference held in Dusseldorf. Debbie details the importance for the print industry to incorporate sustainability into their business.

23-09-2022
Features

The ECO STORIES Textile challenge to feature at GREEN GRADS London

The GREEN GRADS Textile Challenge is proud to present ECO STORIES told in pattern on cloth by breakthrough UK talent. Sponsored by Epson, FESPA, Prinfab and Imageco ltd new graduates from art schools across the country were invited by GREEN GRADS to submit a portfolio with patterns that reflect their environmental concerns and/or love of the natural world, taking into account eco-friendly textiles, dyes, and methods of production.

22-09-2022
Features

Analysing the opportunities for growth in 3D print

Are there opportunities for traditional printing companies in the 3D print market, and if so, how should they go about taking on such work? Rob Fletcher speaks with some of the leading names in this sector to find out.

22-09-2022
Blog

The circular economy could be the next greenwash

Laurel Brunner discusses the risk of the concept of circular economy being used for greenwashing.

21-09-2022