We believe you should be able to express your individual style through artworks created for you, to your individual preference.
We produce our original artworks both bespoke and in limited edition, balancing exclusivity with affordability, an approach that is also sustainable and supports local manufacturing.
Our superlative quality artworks offer discerning home-makers and interior design professionals almost limitless options for inside and out:
Choose from the comprehensive limited edition range in our online galleries, or customise further by colour, dimensions or materials to create a unique and exclusive pieces to suit your space or project.
Find inspiration to complement your personal style. Our collections are informed by the trends in fashion, colour and interior design, and designed to complement contemporary interiors. Contact us if you'd like some advice.
Use our super search tool to view all artworks of a particular artistic style, colour or size - or all of those criteria at once! If you know the name of the artwork, simply type that into the search box or find it in the design index.
Register your business details with us to receive our indispensable colour guide, catalogues & trade pricing. We offer a range of bespoke design services and consultancy. Learn how signarture supports your client or project needs.
When you've invested time and money in choosing artworks you love, you'll want to ensure that you hang them where they can be positioned to best advantage. Here are our tips to make the most of your investment. 1. Absolute Positioning Step into your home and then into each room with fresh and critical eyes. Artworks create dynamic focal points so you want to position them accordingly where they will be seen on first entering your home and in spaces where they'll be admired when entertaining where you will enjoy them most - from your favourite chair, or perhaps whilst you're propped up in bed 2. Positioning Relative to Furniture Think about their positioning in relation to the furnishings in the room. All but the very largest artworks work best anchored to a piece of furniture...