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I studied Design For Textiles (Ba, Hons) at Heriot Watt University. 
After spending a year exploring knitting, weaving and printing; I chose to spend the next three specialising in printed textiles. Here I learnt how to screenprint, mix dyes, the different properties of fibres and fabric and how to use CAD software.
During this time, I completed an exchange semester in Finland, which allowed me to explore a new design culture and approach to design.

Over my time studying, I established a distinctly personal design style.
Winning an award for 'The Best Use of Colour in Printed Materials' from the Worshipful Company of Dyers for my Points of Nature collection. 
After showcasing my graduate collection at 'New Designers' in London, I was scouted by Trendease International to exhibit as 'New Talent' at the 'Surface Design Show' in London 2020.


My name is Jardell and I am the face behind the brand. I am 26 from Edinburgh, Scotland.

Jardell Hill Design London


textile designer

Jardell Hill Design creates luxury wallpaper and home accessories/gifts that will add a sophisticated statement to transform your space. Encouraging people to celebrate their home through pattern and colour; we believe in creating unique and personal spaces full of imagination whilst also considering the environment.​

Our designs are a fusion of art and nature.

We also pays close attention to being kind to the environment. 
We are based in Edinburgh, Scotland but can ship to wherever you are.

Jardell Hill Design Edinburgh





Jardell's main goal is to design patterns and products that are unique yet sophisticated. 
Each design is originally hand drawn and later developed into patterns by Jardell herself. 

Only the finest materials are sourced and modern digital printing methods are used to ensure the best possible detail is achieved, using highly reputable printers in the UK.
The environmental impact of the design process has been carefully considered and steps have been taken to reduce this as much as possible.

Water based, environmentally kind inks are used. This means they don't contain hazardous air pollutants and are free from Cadmium, Chromium, Mercury, Lead and Formaldehyde.

The paper used for wallpaper is FSC Certified Paper. This means means that the paper has been harvested in a socially and environmentally responsible manner in sustainable forests.

Packaging containing none or as little plastic as possible has been sourced.
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