Renowned for its unique, beautifully bold collection of wallpapers, fabric, and homeware, each design from MissPrint is illustrated by hand to capture the brand’s signature style identity. Established in 2005 by mother-daughter co-founders Yvonne and Rebecca Drury, the first collection from MissPrint included a series of patterns printed onto silk at the family’s dining room table and has since grown to become a leading British design studio. The same approach and dedication to design is evident in the range today, with every print starting life in a sketchbook; meticulously hand drawn by Rebecca to reveal linear prints and abstract botanicals that celebrate the effect of pattern in the modern home. With the benefit of visual design on our everyday well-being an important part of the MissPrint ethos, the collection approaches colour and pattern with confidence to breathe new life into the home. Remaining honest with their roots and initial design style, simple print methods are chosen and imperfect lines are celebrated as a reflection of the hand-drawn process that informs each and every design.
Taking inspiration from contemporary graphics, Mid-Century Modern style and travels around the world, MissPrint introduces playful patterns full of colour and life, with influences ranging from abstract geometric shapes to the beauty of the natural world.
Shop MissPrint's Lever Arch File here.
To see more of MissPrint's work visit: https://www.missprint.co.uk/
MissPrint's Tips on How to Mix Patterns in the Home:
- Combine patterns on your walls with other surfaces: A patterned carpet or rug in a complementary colourway can create a visually arresting space.
- Find a common colour palette: Different patterns can be mixed if there is a common colour thread throughout.
Create a bold contrast: One way to make a bold statement is by pairing a colourful wallpaper or window covering with contrasting accessories.