Dylshouse provides a colourful range of handmade linens and ceramics for your home. Every design in the store is created from original artworks by Charlotte Johnson, a watercolour artist with a deep appreciation of the joy of nature. From her garden studio in the picturesque Cotswold landscape, Charlotte draws inspiration from the scenes around her. She creates striking images of the animals right in her back garden, and further afield. From pictures of her pet dogs, cats or garden chickens, to the cows on a nearby farm, each print has an intricate story behind it.
Add some festivity to your home with our range of upbeat textile prints. Whether you're looking for a fashionable throw cushion or a cute set of oven gloves, you can find them all at Dylshouse. We also sell hand-finished fine bone china mugs. Since every product is personally designed from original artwork by Charlotte, each print is original and unique. This makes a perfect, thoughtful gift for friends or family.
Add a bit of fun to your kitchen with our bright collection of aprons, oven gloves and tea towels.
These hand-crafted teapots, mugs and plates bring a splash of colour to any tableware collection.
Find that wonderful design that ties the room together. Our vibrant cushion covers suit a variety of decors.
All the items we sell, from textiles to ceramics, are created locally, within Great Britain. We care about our community, which is why Dylshouse is dedicated to supporting local businesses and tradespeople.
Our fine bone china is crafted and hand-decorated in Stoke on Trent, while our textiles are handmade in North Wales. Every linen product in our store consists of superior, heavy, 100% cotton to ensure that it is long-lasting and durable.
Dylshouse works exclusively with independent companies that take extreme pride in the high quality of their work. They strive to ensure that every product is made from only the best materials.
Art has been a lifelong passion and interest for Charlotte. She began experimenting with watercolours in 2004 and immediately fell in love with the form.
For years, she expressed her artistic vision through colourful paintings on canvas. After a close friend suggested that one of her paintings would work well on an apron, Charlotte discovered her passion for creating textile and ceramic designs.
She realised that this was a perfect opportunity to share the joy of her art with others and make them smile.