Based at Hampton Court Palace the RSN Embroidery Studio creates beautiful bespoke commissions for the future as well as bringing historical embroidered textiles back to life by conserving or restoring them. Renowned for its highly-skilled professional RSN hand embroiderers, customers come from all over the world, including fashion and interior designers, Oscar nominees, cathedrals, private individuals and the Royal Family.
Coronavirus: The RSN Embroidery Studio is now open and ready to welcome customers (Pre-booking is essential). We continue to take initial enquiries via [email protected]. With any enquiries, please include photographs and sizes along with any other information you may feel useful and we will get back to you with suggestions of processes and cost. Due to high demand and remote working it may take us a little longer to respond. Please follow us on Instagram at rsnembroiderystudio to see more stories about previous commissions and projects. Thank you.
Whether you want to depict a family tree in embroidery; own an appliquéd hanging in the style or period of your home; translate an original artwork into embroidery; have a set of bespoke needlepoint chair seats or own some monogrammed linen, the RSN embroidery Studio can create beautiful and unique pieces for your home and family.
We also conserve, repair, restore and clean antique embroideries and family heirlooms such as christening gowns, wedding veils and household linen. We can breathe new life into tired and worn canvas work chair seats and furnishings and remount and reframe embroideries such as samplers and other valued family pieces.
All RSN work is hand-embroidered in England by graduates of the Royal School of Needlework. We are always happy to discuss your project, budget and the choice of techniques.