Faith Zuber is built on a foundation of history, inspired by her great grandmother’s name and persona. Creative director Alison Morrell, is inspired by a love of history, the great outdoors and a sense of the dramatic!
Alison finds inspiration in all things vintage and is passionate about designing patterns and prints inspired by the people and places of the many beautiful historic country homes found in the English countryside, her very favourite era being the 1920's/1930’s. Fortunate enough to live and work with her family, by the seaside in West Kirby, a small town on the Wirral Peninsula, at the mouth of the River Dee. Alison is also a trained teacher and works at a Liverpool College, teaching textile design.
Inventive storytelling is at the heart of Faith Zuber designs, threads of history, woven within print and patterns, stories of people and place. Each collection has been inspired by the different National Trust country houses she has visited, including Coleton Fishacre, Killerton, Castle Drogo and Hardwick Hall. Stories are told through delightful, slightly eccentric prints that are synonymous with her portfolio, inspiration is found within the family history of the different houses she visits and the items found within them.
Drawing is an important starting point and all Faith Zuber imagery is hand drawn and hand painted. Images are then digital reproduced on a range of beautiful products and gift wear.
Discover the stories behind each of her designs and browse the beautiful collections of homeware, and items for the nursery.
I hope you enjoy using our products as much I do designing them.