Texture Design Co. is a Charleston, SC based graphic design studio and stationery company. Established in 2012 by Emily Kirby, the company’s mission is to provide each client with inspiring and high quality designs that meet the needs and functions of the job. We strive for impeccable customer service that is personable and reliable. The name Texture comes from the elements of design. Whether it is a fabric, piece of furniture, photograph, website, or stationery, it all has a particular texture that gives you a feeling or brings back a memory. We hope that our designs will do just that! Read more about Emily


Here at Texture Design, we focus on creating unified and stunning visual identities, including logos, marketing material, blog design, stationery, and other print design. Check out the portfolio section to see examples of our work. Want to know what we have been working on lately (or what fun things we’ve recently discovered)? Check out the blog! We are beyond excited about our new Etsy shop that showcases some fun typography, colors and graphics! Please email us with any questions you may have about the design process or to receive a custom quote. We look forward to hearing from you!

“Texture Design Co. did an excellent job creating my logo, business cards, and website for my photography business. Emily had a great vision for branding my business.”
Melissa Griffin, Melissa Griffin Photography


“My experience with Texture Design was, without a doubt, the easiest and smoothest part of my wedding. I had ideas of what I wanted, and Emily turned it into the best wedding stationery and a wonderful finished product.”
Ashley Brooks, Wedding Stationery Client


“Emily was such a pleasure to work with! She made creating my new site so easy and painless and she was able to communicate all of the technical jargon in a way that a non-techy like me could easily understand! I highly recommend Texture Design Co.”
Sidney Wagner, Eclectic Interior Design


“We want to thank you for handling our wedding invitations and stationery. Everything was beautiful and the work fully captured our vision for the wedding. Emily made the process very smooth and easy with such a personable and friendly experience! We would highly recommend Texture Design Co!
Ashley Rainwater, Wedding Stationery Client


Typographic Print
Blog Design
Logo, Branding & Web Design
Art Directing & Catalog Design
Custom Wedding Invitation
Logo Design & Branding


It is crazy to think that this time last year, I was hurriedly creating prints and notecards for Texture Design's first appearance in a farmers market setting. It was such a wonderful experience, and the town of Mount Pleasant did a great job hosting the Christmas in July Farmers Market. I am definitely looking forward to our next farmers market experience and excited about some new designs that will be displayed. Hopefully, we will appear in the December 2014 Mount Pleasant Christmas market. [...]
As a graphic designer, one of my favorite parts of the wedding planning was creating the stationery, including the save the dates, invitations, RSVP's, programs, and envelopes. To be honest, creating the wedding package was very similar to branding a company. You come up with a logo or emblem, and repeat it in little and unique ways throughout the wedding. Pretty soon, people start recognizing it as part of your wedding. [...]
Last Friday, Martin surprised me with peonies from Trader Joe's. On Sunday, I walked into the living area, and they were in full bloom! I felt the need to snap SEVERAL pictures of them when we got home from church. I'll spare showing you the multitude of photographs (probably 50, ha!), but I thought I'd put up a few of my favorites! It also inspired me to change my screen savers. So I thought I'd share the screen saver images.[...]
Logo design process
Melissa Griffin's portfolio is full of natural, candid portraits. Her favorite photos are the ones where people are not paying attention to the camera (like the one below). Her portfolio is full of people laughing (not on cue) and families just being themselves. The idea of being very real, candid, and natural needed to be conveyed in the logo. As we were brainstorming, Melissa explained to me that she would like to keep the feeling more organic and have less of the straight-lined, architectural feel. [...]


Charleston, SC




If you would like pricing or have questions, send us an email.