Juliet graduated from St Martins School of Art (now known as CSM) with a First Class BA (Hons) in Fashion Design. She had a successful career in the fashion industry for over 15 years and was also a visiting lecturer at some of the most prestigious London design schools. These include CSM, Kingston University and University of the Arts.
Juliet Pick Designs was launched in 1996. In the early days, Juliet concentrated on producing hand-finished bespoke soft furnishings. By 1998 Juliet was working on interior design schemes for residential refurbishment projects. In 2002 she was commissioned to work on several commercial projects. Her previous career as a designer in the fashion industry is where Juliet developed her skills in styling, creative direction, branding and organisation.
Juliet has always found that it’s a very positive experience to be involved with creating aesthetically pleasing practical and comfortable living and working spaces. She has a real passion for design, colour and texture and has been told she has impeccable taste. Juliet tries to avoid imposing her own personal style on her clients and prefers to guide them on their own creative journey.
Juliet is also a director of award winning TV channel – VintageTV.
Juliet has been involved with the development of the channel since before it was launched in 2010.
Juliet is married to David Pick and they have three adult children. Her future plans include the development of an illustrated childrens’ book inspired by her love of travel. She is also exploring the possibility of bee keeping in Sussex to save the planet. Other interests include family, gardening, theatre, good food – particularly chocolate. She has almost run out of wall space for her ever increasing collection of contemporary paintings and prints.
Graham and Green, Anthropologie and Designers Guild are favourite source of ideas for Juliet’s home. Juliet’s personal style is influenced by the flamboyant and colourful Dolce and Gabbana. She likes Lulu Guinness handbags and shoes designed by Tracey Neuls.