Here’s a little about us, what we’ve been up to, what plans we have and even some of the things we like!

Tim Rice Design Group addition

We have recently started de-sign

Equipped with several CNC machines, we can etch and cut shapes, patterns or letters from acrylic, die bond, wood, or metal sheets up to 8ft x 4ft and 3 inches thick.

Our wide-format printers, and plotters produce vinyl self-adhesive window displays and letters, print banners, art canvases, and bespoke self-adhesive murals or wallpaper.

Transform your space with something special and personal—provide us with an image, and we’ll print it for you in rolls or, our 3D printers to print a sculpture.

Bespoke lighting Design

Inspired by The Eden Project in Cornwall- 2018

A bespoke feature lighting system designed for a commercial or residential dining room or kitchen, inspired by a visit to The Eden Project, a botanical garden and educational center for environmental protection in Cornwall, in 2018.

This beautiful sculptural lighting system adds style and elegance when placed above any dining table, breakfast bar, or open-plan kitchen.

As a focal piece of light art, it is sure to start a conversation.

Denim Range

Men & Woman's denim wear - 2019

When he has the time, he enjoys designing a variety of things, including clothing. Music, fashion and style have always played a significant role in his life, which naturally led him to interior design.

Trends in colors and patterns often originate on the catwalk and then influence other sectors, such as interiors, making the two fields closely related.

He also started designing a denim range and had a sample made, as shown in one of the images. Lets hope he has the time to follow them through!

A collection by Tim Rice

Tan Suede Collection - 2017

Tim Rice plans to revisit a range of suede garments for men and women that he designed in 2017. These pieces were inspired by classic styles from various eras, with some unique additions. This suede collection followed a successful leather garment collection he designed in 2014, which received such positive feedback that he decided to create the classic Tan Suede Collection.

The designs from 2017 include one based on the 1970s style worn by the late James Bond actor, Roger Moore, whom Rice used to watch with his grandfather.