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Neisha Crosland is a Royal College of Art trained textile designer. In 1994 she started her own textile company designing scarves and accessories, and has gone on to design fabrics, wallpapers, rugs, bed linen, tiles, fine china and stationery, also home and fashion accessories for Hankyu Department Stores in Japan.

Her body of work has propelled her to the forefront of UK design, and in 2006 she was honoured with the title of Royal Designer for Industry (RDI).

Sophisticated and unusual colour combinations, impeccable attention to balance and proportion, oversized graphics and symmetrical geometric motifs inspired by nature characterise her designs, which are highly popular with leading interior designers.

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