rigby design house
workshops • stationery • original art

About RDH

We design Wedding and Event stationery, bespoke design, conduct artist workshops and classes for kids, teens and adults, and create original art and illustration.

RIGBY DESIGN HOUSE based in the heart of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, was born out of my love of creating artwork and sharing it with others, whether in the form of commissioned pieces, fine stationery collections, or introducing and teaching others the joy of art itself.
 Georgie Rigby

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A Graduate from Leeds College of Art & Design and a lifelong artist, designer and creator. Georgie began her career working for The Martin Group at the Boston Design Centre, USA. She later trained at Smallbone of Devizes in London, becoming a Designer for their Harrogate showroom. From here she moved into the world of Television, working over 10 years at Pearson TV in London, Mersey TV in Liverpool, and YTV in Leeds, styling for commercials and photo shoots, set designing, set dressing, and art directing on a number of popular television dramas. Georgie and her husband later moved to the USA where she joined The Arts Council of Princeton, sharing her warm and fun personality with children ranging from 6-18yr olds, nurturing and enriching their artistic skills and confidence through creative workshops, camps and exhibitions. Since returning to the UK and raising a family she has provided art and design consultancy services, commissioned wedding and event stationery and artwork, discovered the joys of printmaking and run workshops.




Kim is an artist and designer based in the US, and a graduate of Auburn University School of Fine Art. After college, she spent about ten years working as a Graphic Designer before starting a family. Since then she has worked as an artist and freelance designer creating a range of work from printed materials to website design.

She continues to combine her primary art techniques including watercolour, acrylic, collage and surface pattern design with her graphic design skills and offers these works for sale online. Her art has sometimes been described as an "eclectic sophistication." Kim welcomes opportunities for licensing and her artwork can often be found exhibited in central New Jersey venues.

Having been friends since their days in Princeton, Kim was thrilled to join Georgie in 2016 to collaborate on stationery design and assist with the daily design needs for RDH. The collaboration has resulted in something very special.

Find more about Kim's work at www.kimmoulder.com.