Rugs by Cressida Bell
Trained at St Martins and the RCA, Cressida Bell is a London-based designer specialising in textiles and interiors. A proponent of a ‘meticulous and highly decorative’ design style. Bell is directly descended from the Bloomsbury group via her grandparents, artist Vanessa Bell and critic Clive Bell, her great aunt Virginia Woolf, and her father, the author and artist Quentin Bell. Her designs can be found in the British Museum and the V&A, and her book, Cressida Bell: The Decorative Painter, was published in 1996.