Susi Bellamy has been featured in the following publications.

Homes & Gardens - March 2017


Financial Times - March 2017

How to Spend It - The Eclectibles

Good Housekeeping - February 2017

Treat Yourself To Spring

The Telegraph - December 2016

Telegraph Christmas Gift Guide


Stella Magazine - September 2016

Stella Loves


Metro - September 2016

The Hot List

Deep pile velvet, tick; exuberant hues, tick; abstract, painterly print, tick. 
Hot List’s must-have cushions for autumn have just arrived, in the shape of these Susi Bellamy masterpieces.
£125 each,

The Times - September 2016

Get The Look


Essence Magazine - April 2016

Translating Art Into Cushions

Translating Art Into Cushions

Fashion editor turned home accessory designer Susi Bellamy has a host of inspirational experiences to draw on. From working with legendary photographer David Bailey to living in Florence for six years, this former Condé Nast employee has brought art to the sofa in the form of her stunning cushion line. Here she chats to Jane Pople about why she left the fashion magazine world to set up her own brand and shares her top three tips on revamping a living space.

Period Living - March 2016




The World of Interiors - April 2016

Design Report


The Sunday Times - April 2016

Home - The Edit

A rich mix of contemporary design will be on show at the Northern Design Festival, in Newcastle, from Wednesday until Sunday. Cushions, £95, by Susi Bellamy; throw, £270, by Jane Eastwood; 20:20 Sideboard, £1,850, by Nick James; M Lamp, £200, by David Irwin; and Sgraffito Jugs, from £30, by BLH Ceramics.
Should you wish to see a snapshot of the work of our emerging designers, there’s no better place to be this week than Newcastle. The Northern Design Festival, at the Assembly House, is a chance to shop for contemporary furniture, ceramics, textiles and lighting by little-known (and often agreeably inexpensive) creatives...

Telegraph - April 2016

Design Updates

The former fashion editor Susi Bellamy describes her eye-catching cushions as 'art for the sofa’ – or, in this case, the bed. The textiles are digitally printed with designs she paints on to canvas using layers of rich, marbled colour. Taking inspiration from the texture of ancient palazzo walls in Italy, where Bellamy lived for a time, the silky surfaces have impressive depth. £95 each.

London Evening Standard - April 2016

Design Trends

Designer Susi Bellamy creates abstract prints in her Newcastle studio which have inspired a range of cushions. “I call them art for your sofa,” she says. The designs are printed on to a silk-like polyester, with a plain backing. Each cushion is 50cm square with a feather filling, £95 each, from