Esme Winter describe themselves as British designers and pattern makers invested in what they call a ‘quiet quality’.
Their philosophy is a patient and considered approach to design and pattern application combining a simple, sophisticated aesthetic with high-quality, functional stationery and paper goods.
At the heart of this work is a desire to recreate the unique warmth and satisfaction that comes from the printed page. All Esme Winter products are made in the UK and Europe using Acid-Free, FSC Assured Papers and Vegetable-based inks.
Previously they have collaborated with Liberty, Margaret Howell and PORT Magazine.
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