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About Juliet

 

 

Juliet Travers Wallpapers & Fabrics was founded in 2013 by textiles designer and Edinburgh College of Art graduate Juliet Travers.

A farmer’s daughter who grew up in Scotland with her five siblings, Juliet’s love of drawing was instilled in her by her mother who used to paint Disney characters and story book murals on each of her children’s bedroom doors. Juliet’s husband is also from a farming family in Zimbabwe and the brand clearly reflects her strong connection to wildlife and her surroundings, both in the UK and Africa.

It was when working for De Gournay in London that she realised there was niche for mural-like prints and patterns that are both bold in impact and delicate in detail. Shortly after leaving the family-run firm, the brand was born. She now has a huge client base with her products used in both commercial and residential projects across the globe.

Juliet has hand drawn and created every design in her garden studio in Hampshire. Each motif is then printed in traditional English factories using the iconic gravure printing method. Every wallpaper is coloured using hand mixed dyes and printed on sustainable papers with weighty linen-cotton cloths digitally printed to match. (Please visit her ‘Inspiration to Interior‘ blog post for a detailed description of the full production process).

 

 

The company has gone from strength to strength with many new exciting doors opening up after the recent launch of her new Essentials fabric range. The brand now offers both whimsical wildlife inspired motifs as well as dynamic and versatile textures, small scale patterns and stripes, that look just as comfortable in a beach house, city apartment or country home.

After some wonderful collaborations with brands such as Dragons of Walton Street and Drummonds Bathrooms, the future is very exciting with so much more to give. Juliet is now working closely with Imire Conservation in Zimbabwe, Kennedy House School in Tanzania, The Childhood Trust and ACE SMA in the UK, with a percentage of proceeds going towards the various organizations to help support their special causes. Please visit our new Giving Back page to learn more.