Based in Margate, Kent, Beatrice Larkin is a textile designer focusing on woven textiles, accessories, and interior products. Her fabrics are recognised for their geometric designs and understated colour schemes.
Larkin's creative process begins with hand-drawn sketches, where scales and patterns are thoughtfully repeated and manipulated to create captivating motifs. The unique marks from the initial sketches are retained in the final fabric, courtesy of the Jacquard loom, which allows for the precise replication of intricate patterns.
Production occurs in the North of England, where Bea collaborates with highly skilled manufacturers who understand the precision and care required for the upscale textile market. The fabrics are woven in small batches at a Jacquard mill in Lancashire and undergo washing and finishing in the scenic Yorkshire Dales.