Charlotte is an award-winning surface pattern designer and stylist, fascinated in the harmonies and relationships between colour in various themes. Combined with her painterly style, mark making and illustrations, she create unique palettes and compositions – her bespoke designs are used for a vast range of products as well as bespoke furniture and original artworks. Charlotte also has a love for interior design and ceramics.
Charlotte graduated from Leeds College of Art in 2014 and then went on to win the prestigious BDC award for New Designer of the Year 2014. After exhibiting at the New Designers show, she was then selected from a panel of world-renowned industry judges and interviewed to be one of the 'Best in the UK 24' Texprint 2014 Designers. Following Texprint London 2014, she was shortlisted for the Colour, Pattern and Miroglio prizes and then went on to win the Colour, Lululemon Athletica and ComON awards whilst exhibiting at Premiére Vision in Paris. This meant for the next few months she had the unique opportunity to work in Italy, Canada and Paris for worldwide companies such as Lululemon Athletica and Lisa S.P.A.
Most recently Charlotte was chosen as a finalist for the IPSE Inspire Freelancer of the Year Award 2017. Winning a string of awards was the springboard for a variety of ongoing high profile collaborations with organisations including Sofa.com, Made.com, Marks & Spencer, Mamas & Papas, American Greetings, and a collection for Hillarys Blinds (available at www.hillarys.co.uk).
Her work has been seen in publications such as Elle Decoration, Ideal Home, House Beautiful, Living Etc, Mollie Makes, Pantone View, The Times, The Evening Standard and many more. See more on instagram at @charlottebeevor.
- Business Designer Centre New Designer of the Year 2014
- Texselect Alumni
- IPSE Freelancer of the Year 2017
- Member of the Society of Dyers and Colourists
- The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed
- Colour theory
- The scientific and psychological aspects of colour in interior space
- Art and mental health
- Students as partners in Higher Education