More Art, More Soul

British Fabric and Wallpaper Designer, Becca Who

Becca Who is a British Designer based in Lancashire, UK, whose dramatic and opulent style is loved by those who enjoy highly decorative, original design. Hand drawn details and painterly strokes, a passion for rich colour palettes and touches of the unexpected, effect a visual alchemy on luxurious textiles.

Becca Who embraces a style of fearless beauty, with statement Fabrics, show-stopping Homeware and sumptuous accessories, as seen in British Vogue and on BBC1. We offer the distinctive style of Becca Who to customers worldwide, with designs on fabrics and wallpapers stocked in stores throughout the UK and across Europe.

Driven by values of inspiring creative expression, bringing more art into our lives through timeless design and encouraging the choosing of products which are made to last - whether by selecting quality hand finished products or by bringing a new lease of life to a beloved piece through new upholstery. 

Becca Who has launched Fabric and Wallpaper collections which are an exhilarating array of designs for statement interiors, inspired by the natural world. Opulent designs in rich jewel tones adorn luxurious velvet for soft furnishings and upholstery. Inspiring patterns fill luxury Wallpapers, for beautifully creative interiors. Hand finished Velvet Cushions and Lampshades are amongst the highly original Homeware pieces offered to elevate an interior.

Our carefully selected British partners, suppliers and expert craftspeople share our dedication to creating products of the highest standards, offering customers the best experience of beautiful products.

Designer Becca Who creates nature inspired pattern

"My design work is inspired by a lifelong love of art, with my dramatic and opulent style borne out of wide ranging inspirations. A love of Maximalism, alongside fascinations with surrealism and psychedelia, all bring elements of inspiration to my work. I love to embrace the unexpected and I enjoy the originality which comes from combining our own unique inspirations. I have always enjoyed the more fluid boundaries between ‘Fine Art’ and ‘Design’ of Art Nouveau and the Arts & Crafts Movement; These inspirations can be seen in my desire to create highly decorative work, richly layered and detailed designs of elegant composition, expressing the natural world in an ornamental way whilst conveying of the many moods of nature.
I take much inspiration from enjoying the outdoors in the beautifully bleak and wild Lancashire landscape which surrounds my studio – an atmospheric land steeped in history, folklore and changing moods.
I’ve studied various aspects of Art and Design, from Textiles to Fine Art and Art History. My higher education was to specialise in Graphic Design, which was my introduction to working digitally. Combining a love of Fine Art and the traditional methods of drawing with current technology and techniques of digital painting, lends itself well to my design approach. I enjoy applying traditional painting techniques using digital tools – and this way of working allows me a flexibility and freedom which proves useful in the design process.

Being passionate about art and the benefits it brings to us, it’s always my aim to bring more art into our surroundings. I have taken my artistic approach into design, hoping to encourage people to invest in creative, timeless design for their interiors. This ‘slow movement’ of buying things to last is important to me as an intrinsic part of being considerate of our environment and reducing our impact on the planet. The manufacturers and craftspeople with whom I work, share my values in offering a high quality customer experience and products which will stand the test of time.

My aims with the Becca Who brand are to offer a highly original style, distinctive designs of fearless beauty, for a love of art to be expressed and enjoyed in our daily lives." - Becca

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 Becca Who Design Process for Surface patternFabric design by Becca Who