About Us

Beki Bright is a London-based textile designer and screen printer creating artist-designed textiles for the home. Beki offers a range of cushions, lampshades, furniture, wallpaper and fabric by the metre all of which have been screen printed and made in London.

Beki’s work celebrates the English countryside. Having grown up in rural Suffolk and spent more recent years living in Somerset, she draws inspiration for her designs from these surroundings and the landscapes that encompass them. Her lived experiences in these spaces have led to a fascination with English folklore, county crafts, and rituals of the countryside all of which inform her work.

The textiles are designed to encourage lasting connections with customers. Beki’s distinctive drawings of sweeping landscapes, rolling hills, corn dollies and harvest celebrations combined with strong colour stories intend to evoke memories that will bring the ‘spirit of place’ into their everyday lives.

All products are handmade to order, there is a very small production chain with little to no waste making Beki Bright a unique and sustainable option for home interiors.

What services do you provide?

Fabric, wallpaper, cushions, lampshades and ready-made furniture

How would you describe your style?

"Pattern and colour are key to Beki Bright Designs, by layering colour and texture she creates a unique design style that captures the charm and romanticism of the English countryside."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Each design Beki creates is a project in its own right, from the initial drawing stages through to the colour and screen printing experimentation each process is laboured over until the design is perfect.

Beki’s latest collection plays homage to her grandparent’s farm. ‘The Plough’ is set in rolling fields amongst the beautiful and timeless Suffolk landscape. Created from Beki’s landscape drawings you will find fields of wheat, furrowed fields, farm horses, and the farmhouse her grandparents once lived in.

The collection has three designs, The Plough, Thatch and Dolly, each offering something different, be it bucolic depictions of a rural landscape or a block printed and corn doll motif. With each design comes a story, a family history intertwined within the narrative of a landscape."