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sarah noble

Surface Design and Printed Textiles BA (Hons)

Northampton University

 


 

 

 Sarah Noble is a hand silk screen designer and printer, specializing in creating textiles for the home.  Inspired by mark making and creating hand drawn texture, each design that Noble creates focuses on form, texture and shape in different combinations.


Sarah Noble’s aim is to create fun textured designs, which all start from a drawing of primary imagery, which are then transformed into designs. Her main influences are from her travels to seaside locations across the country, as well as an interest in unusual and sometimes exotic sea creatures, taking inspiration from their colours also.


  Sarah currently a visual merchandiser for House of Fraser after having six years’ experience working for Clarks as management and visual support, strengthening her retail experience enabling her to land a visual merchandiser role. This role is very creative and involves creating mood and concept boards, colour palettes and trend research. Noble has also worked at the Clothes Show in 2016 selling products made by the textile students of the University of Northampton. Other experience includes volunteering at Milton Keynes gallery.


The target market for these products is the upper end of the market for high street stores which consists of mainly department stores such as House of Fraser and John Lewis, but also includes smaller high street shops within this market such as Sea Salt and Joules who supply high quality interior products. The retail price for the ‘In The Ocean’ curtains are £75 per meter for the hand designed and hand screen printed curtains. The retail price for the ‘Amongst The Coral’ curtains per meter is £90. ‘Deep Myth’ 60 x 60cm cushions retail at £55 per cushion.


This collection is very complex and has addressed many of the repeat types, colour and pattern. There is scope of the ‘Under The Sea’ colourways to be developed more into an autumn/winter colour palette to go alongside the vibrant spring/summer colour way for this interior collection.

 

 

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contact Sarah on

sarah_noble@live.co.uk

sarahnoblesurfacedesigns

 

 

 

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