After graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Masters in Textiles and Design, Lucy set up her studio in the beautiful county of Derbyshire, where she designs, makes, works on commissions and host all sorts of creative workshops to inspire and bring colour and inspiration into other peoples lives!

The studio overlooks fields and the colourful country garden and as well as running her Upholstery, Upcycling and Interior workshops, Lucy also ‘Design coaches’ and mentors, inspiring clients to realize their own ideas and potential- '“Everyone has an inner creativity and uniqueness which they just need to find!”

Lucy also hosts a range of other pop up workshops- ranging from cooking, well being, fashion and back to nature, all based around her ethos of-

Re-claim, Seek, Re-make

All events are on the workshop pages.

On all full day workshops, a home-made, home-grown, vegetarian lunch is provided, with fresh teas from the herb garden and plenty of cake! Over lunch you can relax and enjoy the grounds, have a rest in a hammock and soak up the surroundings!

Lucy has a passion for bright colour, influenced by time spent living in the Caribbean and South and Central America, this is coupled with an equal love for conservation, nature and collecting thrifty ‘stuff’, which fills her quirky home and studio. She aims to inspire clients with a diverse knowledge in the design field, as well as plenty of top tips and advise.

Lucy, Ant (her partner) and two small boys Rupert (7) and Bob (4) have been renovating their 17th Century cottage and outbuildings since 2014, which is a labor of love and have a life's worth of exciting Interior design projects ahead!  

Over the years Lucy has worked on commissions for Liberty London, Colin First, Kew Gardens, exhibited at various trade shows- ICFF New York, Masion et Objet, Paris and London Design week, and a published book of her design concepts- Mixed Media and found materials (AC Black)

She also currently teaches Interior Design at Nottingham Trent University.

Lucy Renshaw MA
Royal College of Art