Multi-disciplinary designer Lydia Leith uses creative thinking and design to bring projects to life.
Lydia Leith is known for her unique product range of gift and home wares, the current collection can be found in the online shop.
Her considered approach allows her to deliver effective, meaningful design solutions. View the design portfolio on the work page.  

To say hello, commission or stock Lydia Leith products please get in touch via the contact page or email info@lydialeith.com

British Airways, Hudson Shoes, Dulux Paint, Virgin Trains, Pimm’s, 
Tate Modern Shop, Selfridges, ICA and Urban Outfitters.

BBC News,The One Show, Creative Review, The Financial Times,
Time Out, The Guardian, Evening Standard, Marie Claire, Grazia Magazine and Stylist.

"Accidental entrepreneur"
The Guardian

"Lydia's talent is that she can make anything fun!"
Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery

"Exactly on brief and delivered to a high standard.” 
British Airways

"Famous for her ability to capture the moment in a quirky product"

As a girl Lydia lived in East Dulwich, London and was brought up surrounded by inspiring and creative people. Lydia went on to study Design at Edinburgh College of Art.

Following art school Lydia started making and selling a number screen-printed designs. She initially printed the “Throne Up” Royal Wedding Sick Bags as a bit of fun, but the design instantly took off and was shared on TV and media across the world accelerating her reputation and kick starting her design career. Lydia has since designed jelly moulds, ceramics, murals and story books.

Today Lydia works from her studio in Cumbria. Working on bespoke commissions and personal art and design projects.

All work on this site is copyright Lydia Leith 2020.