Artist's Corner

Design Studio

Our design studio team have been busy creating hand detailed fun appliqué designs inspired by customer commissions   

Currently we are celebrating iconic Sky Line's and our love for applique detail - commissions have included Dubai, New York and the Battersea Power Station - we can custom make to order, please contact us for more details 


Celia Lindsell

TOTEM is a new sculpture collection by Celia.  As a sculptor Celia found immense creative energy taking stone and sculpting a form to represent an idea, a feeling or a memory in her life. TOTEM  is a continuation of this creative journey.

TOTEM represents the journey of past, present and future in a convergence of mysteries. Celia works with the wonder of crystal gemstones and carved clay forms creating sculpture of vertical harmony grounded through their wooden plinths.


Click here to read Kit's Blog on Celia


SJ Axelby

If you love illustrations of fascinating interiors there is no one more accomplished than SJ Axelby.  SJ's illustrations are seen throughout Kit's latest Design Secrets book.

Option to buy the prints unframed or hand framed for the Kit Kemp Design Studio. 


Breon O’Casey

A series of beautifully framed linocuts by the late Breon O’Casey. 

Son of the famous playwright Sean O’Casey, Breon became a renowned Artist living and working in many mediums including Sculpture and Jewellery design in Cornwall.  His use of space and colour in the works are instantly recognisable and unique.

Each of these linocuts has been uniquely hand framed exclusively for the Kit Kemp Design Studio.


Click Here to Read Kit's Blog about Breon


Melissa White

Here at the Kit Kemp Design Studio, it is no secret that we are big admirers of Melissa White and her work. She is a close friend and we are continually inspired by her bespoke pieces for domestic, commercial and heritage interiors.

Melissa’s signature style is imbued with a historic, artisanal and painterly feel. Her paintwork is often finished with ageing and distressing to distance it from the new and the mass produced.


Click here to read Kit's Blog on Melissa