Lisa Stickley is a fashion designer who is relatively new on the scene compared with some of her global counterparts. The brand was founded in 2003, but as her designs have become more popular, she’s now much better known in the design world. She has a single shop in London, and her designs are available to purchase online or from a catalogue. There are also a number of stores which stock her designs, such as Fenwicks, Heals, Selfridges, and Liberty, which are all in the United Kingdom. She has even reached international status, with stores in Paris (Le Bon Marche) and Japan (Hankyu and Ships).
Lisa Stickley has five ranges she designs for. The first is a collection of fine bone china. Her designs in the china reflect the era of the fifties and sixties, so are considered to be somewhat retro in appearance. She also designs various items of stationary, which includes pens, notepads and card, and notebooks. Another range is her line of bags, containers, and purses. These are very handy and can be used for travel, make-up, or to store toiletries or trinkets. The fourth is a line in kitchen and dining fabrics, and the fifth is a beautiful collection of printed bed and bath linens with beautiful prints. All in all, you can purchase handbags, travel bags, shoppers, tea towels, oven gloves, aprons, placemats, napkins, mugs, pencil cases, purses, laptop bags, and various travel accessories under the Lisa Stickley name.
Lisa Stickley releases a new collection every season which is designed with the customer in mind. The brand prides themselves on their attention to detail, and the end product is often incredibly sophisticated. If you want to decorate your home in prints that are fun and cutting edge, Lisa Stickley might be the right brand for you.
The Lisa Stickley brand has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and has collaborated with a number of huge organisations, including the TATE. They have also been commissioned to produce special designs for cushions which are sold at John Lewis.
The style Lisa Stickley creates is one of whimsy and fun, with a real vintage feel to it. So if you like quirky, you might like to try her bed linen range to revamp your bedroom. The prints include a lot of polka dots, flowers and trees, usually on a plain background. The colours are considered to be quite girlish in nature, being pinks and baby blues. In fact, they’d be great for a trendy children’s bedroom.
The Lisa Stickley bedding sets have names such as Champs Elysees, Fig Daisy, Hankie Flower and Paint Palette, and all come with different colours depending on your taste (pink, mushroom, white, raspberry). Pillow cases start from around thirty-five pounds for two. A single duvet cover is sixty-five pounds and a king duvet cover is around ninety-five pounds.
They are also incredibly good quality, with 100% cotton percale, and a 200 thread count. All sheets come in a gorgeous storage box.