Holly Lasseter Designs  Image by Millie Pilkington Photography Photo by Millie Pilkington

Holly Lasseter has been hand painting fine china,  producing fabric designs and home accessories from her Dorset studio for over fifteen years. Her work ranges from one-off bespoke items to entire dinner services and tiles for kitchens and bathrooms.

Her timeless delicate designs are inspired by the natural world, flowers, fruit, vegetables and insects. Holly works exclusively with UK companies for her base china and for the supply, printing and make-up of her fabrics and textile accessories.

Holly’s private commissions include commemorative and personalised pieces for weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions. Incorporating clients special requests make the pieces even more individual. Holly also enjoys working on license and artwork projects for other companies.

Holly in her studio,
Photo by Sue Macpherson 

Holly worked for Colefax & Fowler interior decorating in London before setting up her own business. Her experience with interior design has led to developing her own fabric collection and she is able to advise customers. Her fabrics are popular for curtains, blinds and small upholstery items for light domestic use.

See stockists for where to view fabric books or contact Holly to discuss a project.

…thanks so much for the gorgeous mugs, which arrived safely (and beautifully packaged) a couple of days ago. I am really thrilled with them and bless you for doing them so quickly!

Happy Christmas!


To Whom it may concern

Thanks to Google and the internet i was able to find Holly Lasseter Designs who has now made me several personal bespoke pieces of pottery.

Not only is Holly a joy to work with but her skill and attention to detail never fails to excite and thrill me and always exceed my expectations.

It must be a real joy to turn customers ideas into wonderful unique works of art that say more than words could ever do.

Thankyou Holly as you have now made me 4 brilliant pieces, each better than i had any hope to expect.


Photgraphy by: Millie Pilkington     and  Sue Macpherson