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One of the UK’s most sought-after print and pattern designers, the global demand for Rachael Taylor’s distinctive style shows no sign of slowing. Over ten years she has built an enviable reputation as the go-to authority on colour and design, looked to for both her own creativity and her unique ability to inspire creativity in others.

A trademarked brand with licenced ranges worldwide, Rachael is also co-founder of leading global online design school Make it in Design where, alongside her business partner, she has taught over 10,000 students across 65 countries.

Rachael recently appeared on Good Morning Britain, where she offered expert advice on how to transform the humble garden shed into a stylish outdoor living space. She has just finished working on a number of design projects for the latest series of Channel 4’s Find It, Fix It, Flog It.

Her shed is one of three shortlisted in the workshop category of the Shed of the Year competition, sponsored by Amazing Spaces on Channel 4. 

From Liverpool to London and New York to Baltimore, Rachael is regularly invited to lecture on design and has appeared in a number of published books. Among extensive others, she has recently featured in the Guardian, Homes & Antiques, Period Living, Real Homes, Easy Living, Metro, Daily Telegraph, House Beautiful, Mirror on Sunday, Red, The Times and Company.

As a performer, Rachael’s extensive experience includes Hollyoaks (Channel 4), David Copperfield (BBC), Bedlam (BBC), Crusoe (NBC America), Survivors (BBC), Heartbeat (ITV), Wuthering Heights (ITV), Shameless (Channel 4), The Royal (ITV), Unforgiven (ITV), Red Riding Series (Channel 4), Emmerdale (ITV), We are Klang (BBC), Married, Single, Other (ITV), Touch of Frost (ITV), Paradox (ITV), Jinx (BBC), Five Days (BBC), A Passionate Woman (BBC), Joe Maddison’s War (ITV1 Drama), DCI Banks (ITV1), Come Rain, Come Shine (ITV1), Monroe (ITV), Scott & Bailey (ITV), Sugar Town (BBC), Mount Pleasant (BBC), Frankenstein (BBC3), Coronation Street (ITV) The Body Farm (BBC1) and The Syndicate (BBC1).