We are pleased to introduce you to our newest stencil collection based on the pretty patterns of Christine Joy Design! This stencil collection aims to infuse interiors with playful elegance and undeniable global flair. These subtly hip prints and fun geometric shapes will add personality to any casual space.

Founder Christine Joy Llewellyn graduated from Wesleyan University and later obtained her MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. She worked as a marketing manager focused on point-of-sale design and innovation within a large financial services company before leaving to pursue her passion for design. In 2011, she obtained her Masters of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and, in 2014, established Christine Joy Design. 

For as long as she can remember, Christine has been passionate about design in its many forms: architectural, product, interior and graphic. She was determined to make a living being creative. Developing beautiful products and surface patterns for the home goods market proves to be a perfect marriage of her interests. Christine has always viewed her world from a global lens. Her designs are influenced by her Caribbean heritage, childhood neighborhood which boasts the most ethnic diversity in the New York area, and living in central Africa as a young girl. She was fortunate to be exposed to the design sensibilities of various world cultures at a very young age through artifacts brought back from her mother's extensive travels throughout Africa and Asia. Christine's designs are characterized by their playful yet elegant hand drawn motifs and modern, minimalist pattern composition. This clean simplicity is reflective of Christine's love of Scandinavian design.

If you are looking for more ways to coordinate her designs in your home, check out her Guildery fabrics and her website Christine Joy Design Welcome this talented designer to the pattern family by checking out our blog post detailing her design inspirations and Stencil Ideas that you can use for your next DIY project!