About Juliet

Hi! I'm Juliet, the owner of Juliet Meeks Design, an art and surface design studio I have been working on full-time since 2015. I'm based in my hometown of New Orleans, a vibrant southern city with history and color inspiration abound. 

I'm inspired by creating with my hands, vintage textiles, and the organic shapes of nature. I've always been drawn to colorful patterns and feel lucky to be able to make my own nearly everyday. You'll find me most days in my studio, along with my pup Roxy. 


I've regularly collaborate with other companies featuring my art on their products. Select clients include: Anthropologie, Birchbox, UncommonGoods, ban.do, Cloud9 Fabrics, Greetabl, and more. 
I particularly love designing for textiles, and smaller brands as well. 

About My Products

Each painting, art print, or textile design you see in the shop was originally painted by me using watercolor, gouache, or acrylic paints. Paintings are then scanned at high quality for fine art prints, or turned into repeat patterns for fabric printing. Every product you see here, including all of the packaging, is designed by me because I love all of the magical little details!

I'm committed to a sustainable production process and sharing openly how I make my products, which is at a small scale with the utmost attention to all of the handmade details. Below is more info related to the process of each product in my shop. 

Original paintings: I work with both a mix of watercolors and acrylics for my original paintings. 

Art prints: All art prints are giclee quality. Currently all small art prints are printed and cut in-house using archival ink and fine art quality paper. I work with a fine art quality printing company for large-scale art prints. 

Textiles: Tea towels are 100% cotton and are sewn in the U.S. and printed in New Orleans. Scarves are organic cotton and sewn locally in New Orleans. 

Contact Me

If you're interested in working together, please use this contact form here. 

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Most photos on my site are by Gabby Chapin Photography.

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