Araminta Campbell

Araminta Campbell is a luxury textile designer and weaver who embraces traditional craftsmanship and timeless design.

Designing and creating exceptional textiles that express Scotland’s natural beauty and weaving heritage, they bring traditional craftsmanship and materials in line with twenty-first century tastes. Araminta Campbell have created a brand that fuses unique design aesthetic with a deep love of Scotland and its textile history.

A small team of designers and artisans, Araminta Campbell keep things personal and place quality at the heart of everything they do. Their mission is to create beautiful products that stand the test of time as well as helping to sustain the traditional skills, rural suppliers and talented craftspeople of the British Isles.

From their flagship studio in Edinburgh they hand craft their SIGNATURE collection of British alpaca accessories as well as offering MINTA, their contemporary interiors line and the HERITAGE bespoke tweed and tartan service.

Each piece in their SIGNATURE line is unique created as Araminta’s handwoven paintings. These one-off works of art are handwoven in their Edinburgh studio with exceptional craftsmanship and care with each one-of-a-kind piece taking between three days to three weeks to create. Every scarf, shawl, wrap, and throw are woven individually, and given their signature hand stitched tassels while on the loom.

Their contemporary interiors range, MINTA, including throws, cushions and hot water bottles, is made from carefully sourced British alpaca using undyed fleeces to showcase their natural colours and lustre. The luxurious collection is woven in the Scottish Borders and feature delicate woven designs inspired by nature.

Offering a truly bespoke service for the design and production of tweeds and tartans, Araminta Campbell’s HERITAGE collection allows clients to tell their story through commissioning a bespoke design. This coveted service attracts hotels, estates and corporate brands, as well as private individuals seeking to update an existing pattern or create a new legacy to pass on to the next generation.