Trade

Emma’s signature floral designs can be applied to a range of different projects and product. Emma Britton can produce an exclusive design or collection to your brief. Emma particularly enjoys working on site-specific projects, please drop us a line if you are interested in licensing or commissioning artwork.

Homewares & Glassware: You can find Emma’s signature products stocked in independent shops and galleries across the UK. Stockists include: Kew Gardens, The Hepworth Wakefield, The Garden Museum, Castle Howard and Denbies Wine Estate. If you are interested in stocking the collections please get in touch for wholesale information or come and see us at a show, we are looking for selective new stockists.

Splashbacks: We work with interior designers, architects, contractors and kitchen showrooms nationwide if you would like a trade price list please get in touch, to give your project or customers something different. We want to here from you.

Emma Britton Pack designs for Weleda

Weleda

"Emma's paintings from our gardens are beautiful, inspired by nature, our wildlife and our gardeners in Derbyshire.” Jayn Sterland Weleda MD. Weleda commissioned Emma to create the pack designs for their 2018 collection ‘Gifted from Nature‘. Her designs successfully captured the essence of 'The Field', Weleda’s 13 acre Demeter-certified gardens, close to her studio and were sold online, and on the high street, including Holland & Barrett and Waitrose.

Emma Britton Showhome Splashback Commission

20 Eco Friendly New Homes

The Oaks, Tipton are all built with Emma Britton Splashbacks. Client's had a choice of 10 of our patterns when choosing the finishing touches to their new house.

Emma Britton Breast Cancer Care Tea Towel

Breast Cancer Care

Exclusive pink tea towels designed for Breast Cancer Care. "Thank you so much – the designs are absolutely stunning and we love them. Many thanks for all your hard work on them, they’re just glorious." Catherine McCrohan, Head of Giving, Breast Cancer Care

Splashback Commission for Telephonica

Telephonica

Emma was specified by Architects Turner Legg to design, 20 Air Street, which features 7 metres of her best selling pattern 'Watercolour in Grey'.