Charlotte Jade is an exciting and innovative luxury interiors brand that takes a fresh and edgy look at nature. Founded by artist Charlotte O’Reilly in 2015, Charlotte Jade offers an eye-catching range of hand drawn designs that celebrate the fascinating plants and animals living on our planet.
The ethos behind the company is simple: to reconnect us with the natural world. Based on the concept of Biophilic Design, the Charlotte Jade collections focus on the benefits of bringing elements of nature back into our lives, to reduce stress, aid mental wellbeing and improve productivity. By celebrating the shapes, form, patterns, textures and colours prevalent in our natural environment, Charlotte Jade brings the outside in and restores our affinity with nature.
The Charlotte Jade luxury design collections are available on wallpaper, textiles, upholstery fabrics, furniture, cushions, ceramic tiles and flooring. We are passionate about British manufacturing, so all of our products are proudly printed and made in the UK.
With a reputation for quality, reliability and exceptional design, our interior patterns can be seen in commercial and residential properties around the world. Projects include housing developments, luxury hotels and the creation of special one-off, bespoke designs for Kelly Hoppen Interiors. We’ve also collaborated with London Zoo to create a range of Charlotte Jade cards and are currently working with the Zoo on a new set of designs.
At Charlotte Jade we offer a bespoke design service, where we work personally alongside our clients to create special one-off, hand drawn patterns that are unique and exclusive. Our design process starts with a pencil drawing, which captures the intricate details and beauty of the subject. From the distinctive black and white ringed tail of a Lemur to the dramatically bold leaves in our botanical designs, every detail is captured to tell a unique story. These drawings are then brought to life with modern, digital colouring and printing techniques which add vibrancy to our work.