About

“BBC Scotland’s Home of the Year 2019, RUNNER UP”

Rachel Henderson is a published Craft Author, Interior Artist and Stylist, whose brand was born out of a love for creating vibrant and colourful textile products for interiors. She runs a successful design studio based in Fife, Scotland, where she produces interior concepts and bespoke commissions for both UK based and international clients and writes her own blog offering design inspiration, tips and DIY ideas.

With a Degree in Textile Design & Surface Decoration Rachel began her career working as a Design Consultant & Workshop Tutor and creating handmade products for several publications. Over the years she has authored and contributed to a range of popular craft titles sold worldwide.

Rachel has a passion for teaching whether in front of a camera or a room full of people. She has hosted events and provided live demonstrations for a large number of clients including Scottish Television, the BBC, Kirstie Allsopp’s The Handmade Festival, The Ideal Home Show and The International Crafting and Hobby Fair.

In 2018 she was cast for Series 1 of the BBC Scotland tv show ‘Scotland’s Home of the Year’ in which she came runner up on. She is a regular artisan on the popular BBC One programme ‘Money for Nothing’. Her designs have featured in a number of publications including Homestyle,  Style at Home and Sunday Mail magazine.

Rachel also runs her own school at FSC, an old converted fire station, in the historic town of Dunfermline. She lives in Fife Scotland, in a pretty little village near the north shore of the Firth of Forth.

Rachel browsing through interior design magazines