A PEMBROKESHIRE textile designer has said she is delighted see her work on show at S4C's new base in Carmarthen.

Former Ysgol y Preseli pupil Sian O'Doherty's designs caught the eye of Yr Egin director Carys Ifan, who thought they would complement the new digital and creative centre's interior perfectly.

Carys said she "fell in love" with Sian’s designs, which she described as 'rooted in Welsh heritage and reimagined for today'.

"One of the aims of Yr Egin is to support young creatives working in west Wales to help them develop their skills and businesses – and working with Sian was one way of starting to realise this," she said.

"Numerous visitors to the cafe have commented on Sian’s fabulous cushions.”

Sian, who is based in Kilgetty, was thrilled to be involved in this new chapter for Wales' creative industries.

"I never thought I’d have the opportunity to be asked to have some of my work in such an iconic building,” says Sian.

"All of the designs in Yr Egin are all inspired by either structures within weave or Welsh culture and Welsh heritage.

"It’s a huge honour to have been considered and been asked to have my work included as part of the interior design at Yr Egin.

"It’s a huge privilege to see my work featured in such an amazing building in a town that’s close to home - I’m delighted to have been asked.”

For more information about Sian and to see her designs, visit sianodoherty.co.uk