The word Teyssier is an occupational name for a weaver, derived from the Old French 'tissier, tisseur', weaver, from the Latin 'texarius', a derivative of 'texere', to weave.
Inspired by her own private archive of textiles and ledgers, Kate Teyssier’s furnishing fabrics reflect her experienced understanding of design and colour, and celebrate the unique character of her collection. Working closely with family run heritage printing and weaving mills, developing techniques to produce her individual textiles for the interiors sector.
The font Caslon, an old style serif typeface, originally designed by William Caslon in 1722 was chosen for it's timeless elegance.
The logo pursues a highly simplistic and elegant design approach with basic charcoal grey, white and golden yellow colour palette, giving it a luxurious feel. Utilising this simple colour pallet makes the brand very adaptive to different medium and with the introduction of the T logo mark, allows this to be scaled down to the smallest of possible uses.
A new fully responsive website was created to showcase the Teyssier collection and boost their online presence as well as adding some personal insight in to Kate and how she works within the interiors sector.