About Victoria Hill

Victoria designs and makes high-end bespoke soft furnishings which take into account your personal taste, your furnishings, the period of your house and practical considerations.

She is a stockist for key UK brands, but is also a treasure trove of young British designers and brands only known to the trade. She also offers a huge range of specialist curtain tracks and poles, and can provide fitting services by professionally trained curtain tracks and fitters.

Victoria has a diploma in professional soft furnishing and curtain making from the National Design Academy.

We Love Victoria Because …

Victoria offers a truly personal service, coming to your house, measuring up and designing beautiful window treatments for you that fully take into account both the style of what you want to achieve, your budget and critical practical considerations.

More About Victoria Hill

“I have loved sewing and designing my whole life, ever since my mother taught me to sew at the age of 5. Growing up in a creative home, my mother worked for Dior and the Victoria and Albert Museum, I inherited my mother’s passion for textiles, interiors and the decorative arts.

After 15 years of working in advertising and sales strategy, for large Corporates in London and New York, I decided to unite my love of making and interiors and studied for a diploma in ‘Professional Soft-Furnishings and Curtain Making’, at the National Design Academy.

I work from a studio in my garden in Hampton, and combine my business with looking after my 6 year old son. Underpinning every piece of soft-furnishings that I produce, is the belief that what I create must reflect your personal style and the way you live your life, not just what a magazine tells you is fashionable.
I love working with clients who are right at the beginning of their interior décor journey, working out their soft-furnishing scheme. I supply fabrics from some famous names, but also many independent designers themselves, opting to provide items not commonly found on the high street.”