Pamela Print is a british hand-weaver and textile artist specializing in luxury sustainable textiles for the contemporary home and interior space.
Her collections of handwoven interior accessories and artworks draw inspiration from the Art Deco and Bauhaus movements, and play with varying block proportions of scale, texture and colour.
Each piece is designed, then meticulously handwoven on a traditional dobby loom, by Pamela in her studio, using a variety of double cloth and extra weft techniques. We also work with a small micro weaving mill in Bristol to produce a limited number of throws.
Collection pieces are made to order, and can be customized in terms of size and colour. We also offer private clients and design professionals a bespoke commission service, from statement pieces, handwoven in the studio, to larger mill woven projects.
Sustainability is central to Pamela's ethos, with every step of the development and production process always carefully considered. Highly sustainable, renewable and biodegradable pure wool is sourced locally from the British Isles, and she strives to foster a zero waste policy. Animal welfare is also at the forefront, insisting on a supply chain that is kind to everyone it touches.
Pamela, a Central St Martins alumna, worked for fourteen years as a woven textile designer for some of fashion’s most well-known brands in London and Brussels before setting up her practice in 2017.