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Pattern Makers and Designers of stationery and gifts. Made in the UK.

Our aim is to prove that colour and pattern can be simple, contemporary and minimal.

LKS Play moodboard

We are pattern makers and designers of stationery, home wares and gifts. Our aim is to prove that colour and pattern can be simple, contemporary and minimal.

We design items which we ourselves would like to own and live with, as well as taking on creative commissions.

We draw inspiration from graphic contrasts in pattern, colour and raw materials. Often our designs are led by imagery and pattern, but sometimes, it is the materials themselves, or the making process, which serve as a starting point.

Wherever possible, our products are made in the UK, from high quality materials that will stand the test of time. As an environmentally conscious studio we endeavour to minimise and reuse waste and use sustainable packaging. Our clear protective sleeves are made from corn starch (annually renewable) and are fully bio-degradable and compostable, breaking down to CO2 and H2O.

Laura Knight Studio


Laura graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2007 with a first class BA (Hons) degree in Textile Design. An invaluable internship at Timorous Beasties in Glasgow enabled her to move into her first role as design assistant to Clarissa Hulse in London. Laura worked alongside Clarissa for over two years on her internationally successful interior textile and gift ranges.

In the years since, Laura has worked on various design projects for interiors and fashion retailers and suppliers. She began developing her own products in 2013 and which have since been sold in the Barbican, The Southbank Centre and the Hepworth Wakfield, among others.

She has also travelled extensively which contributes to her varied design style and vast image archive.