Press articles

Homes & Gardens Magazine: September 2016 August 09 2016

Homes & Gardens magazine included our Radius cushion and A5 notebooks in their Playful Geometrics feature. - "Whether randomly arranged or used in unexpected pattern repeats, geometrics are moving in a less orderly fashion than their predecessors to create soft, welcoming schemes that are easy on the eye."

Country Living Magazine: April 2016 April 12 2016

To celebrate the beginning of Spring, Country Living Magazine curated a wonderful collection of accessories in bright summery shades to replenish your home for the season. Our Topsy Turvy Tote Bag, in the mint, navy, and taupe colour way was included. 

Ideal Home Magazine: March 2016 March 09 2016

A wonderful feature by style editor, Michela Colling looked at the rise of New Memphis style as geometrics and graphic prints become the stand out design trend of current times. Our Aztec Tote was included and looks great among the other products featured.

Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms: January 2016 January 15 2016

Interior stylist, Poppy Norton included our Plane Curve lampshade and Radius fabric in this beautiful geometric themed shoot for the January issue of Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms magazine.


Home Style: November 2015 October 01 2015

We were contacted by Home Style magazine this summer as they were interested in featuring Tamasyn's home in their 'Living' pages. We are thrilled with the beautiful 8 page feature which not only shows off Tamasyn's home in all of it's glory but boasts lots of our cushions and lampshades of course!

Emerald Street: September 2015 September 14 2015

"We pass Forest every weekday and we’ve long admired their range with designer Tamasyn Gambell. This small (15.5cm x 15.5cm) shade, £45, is available in three prints, each in two colours, and Forest is offering a ‘buy one, get another half-price’ deal."

Elle Decoration UK: July 2015 June 03 2015

Brit textile designer Tamasyn Gambell has teamed up with Clerkenwell store Førest London, which specialises in vintage Scandinavian furniture, to upholster mid-century designs in her vibrant fabrics. The geometric prints are a playful take on Modernist style in primary-bright hues. You'll have to be quick to snap up the limited-edition chairs, cushions and lampshades, though - they're only on sale until the end of June.

Print & Pattern Blog: April 2015 April 30 2015

The wonderful Print & Pattern Blog did a lovely feature of our collaboration with Forest London as well as a walk down memory lane, including some of our other textiles and products.

Elle Decoration UK: April 2015 April 30 2015

We were thrilled to see Elle Decoration feature our collaboration with Forest London online.

Cover Magazine: April 2015 April 30 2015

Cover Magazine kindly featured our collaboration with Forest London after coming to the launch night of the collection. 

Heart & Home Magazine: April 2015 April 07 2015

Heart & Home have featured our Spring 2015 collaboration with Scandinavian design destination, Forest London. We have joined up with Forest for a second time and have produced a new collection of screen-printed fabrics to adorn and enliven one-off pieces of mid-century furniture.
3 exclusive new prints in a fresh and zingy spring colour palette are printed into cotton canvas, complimenting the vintage design characteristic of Forest. Our usual range of accessories including lampshades, cushions as well as new hand printed cork coasters and one-off wall hangings will also be in store at Forest for a limited time.

Masters of Linen Review: February 2015 February 24 2015

It was really great and very humbling to be featured as one of the key designers in the Masters of Linen Review. To share the page with Lucienne Day was a real honour!

"Her professional path has been flawless. Tamasyn Gambell started her eponymous label in 2008. "My credo? That style doesn't need to suffer in order to be eco-friendly! All designers can work with methods that respect the environment, without compromising on either style or quality".

Apartment Therapy: June 2014 June 26 2014

Interiors blog, Apartment Therapy have done a lovely feature of my London flat. After much cleaning and sorting we were really pleased with the result!

"Stepping into the home of Tamasyn Gambell, the first thing you notice are the patterns and collections, but go deeper into the home and you will see that her use of pattern and color is united by nature themes which lend a tranquil feel ... Her home is a showcase of vintage designs that stand the test of time, with vintage furniture and lighting that are as on trend now as they were when they were designed. Tamasyn's true talent is shown in how she effortlessly blends modern shapes and bold colors to create a relaxing space ... You seem to forget the bustling open air market outside the living room window and are lost in the amazing design."

Financial Times: June 2014 June 01 2014

Textile designer Tamasyn Gambell, worked for Paris couture houses, including Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel, before moving to Stockholm to design for H&M. She realised, however, that "having to whack out 100 prints a week just wasn't for me." She moved back to the UK six years ago to start her own business selling hand-printed scarves with bold.geometric designs. Gambell and her two assistants do the screen-printing themselves. "I've always wanted to feel the cloth and really be in control of what I do," she says.

Le Bon Marché, Rive Gauche: Feb 2014 February 12 2014

Parisian department store, Le Bon Marche have included some of our cushions in a photo shoot for their in-house magazine, Rive Gauche. Our cushions look great in their relaxed, beachy styling. If only we could have them all!

Architectural Digest Germany: Dec/Jan 2014 January 09 2014

Our Textured Stripe lampshade featured in Germany's Architectural Digest - playing it's role well on a chic Christmas dining table layout.

Evening Standard Magazine: October 2013 October 11 2013

Scenes of graphic nature - Take a risk with bold furnishings.

Style Magazine: October 2013 October 06 2013

A well-executed geometric design can add instant oomph to an interior. The easiest way is with textiles, and these colourful lampshades and cushions by Tamasyn Gambell have a distinctly retro feel.

The Observer: September 2013 October 03 2013

Tamasyn Gambell has serious fashion credentials: the RCA graduate worked as a print designer for the luxe Parisian label Louis Vuitton and Swedish high street giant H&M after graduating, but became increasingly disillusioned  with the industry.

Gambell came back to the Uk five years ago and began producing bold screen-printed products using the most eco-friendly methods possible. Her hip home-wares are all made in the UK using fabrics from Irish mills that have been dyed with water based pigments. Gambell's emphasis on social responsibility is admirable, but it is her vibrant geometric design which really grab your attention. Resolutely cheerful but never garish, they have a sophistication and timeless appeal thats sure never to go out of style. 

Red: October 2013 October 02 2013

This month's London Design Festival is packed with established and emerging talent showcasing their work across the capital, and at it's central hub, the V&A museum. British creativity is flourishing - and we've picked out some of our favourites to make sure you don't miss a thing.

Royal College of Art graduate Gambell worked for Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel before setting up her own company five years ago. Art-deco inspired abstract prints in bright contrasting colours are found on her lampshades, cushions and stationary. 

The Times: September 2013 September 03 2013

Ercol, the British furniture-maker, is updating its range for a young and global market using Tamasyn's new "Dash" print. The new print was launched at London Tent and is set to become yet another very successful collabortion with Ercol.

Vogue: September 2013 September 01 2013

Tamasyn's Aztec cushion is featured in artist and explorer, Darren Almond's converted barn in remote Norfolk, making his day bed look cosy and inviting.

Ideal Home: September 2013 September 01 2013

Tamasyn Gambell has collaborated with Ercol to upholster the relaunched Windsor chair (pictured).

Selvedge Magazine: Mar / Apr 2013 March 16 2013

Tamasyn was asked to contribute a review on the Collier Campbell Archive book for this month's Selvedge magazine.

Homes & Gardens : February 2013 February 01 2013

Tamasyn Gambell studied and trained in printed textiles. She then worked in Paris for many well-known fashion designers and high-street brands, but the waste generated by the quick turnover of mass-produced items made her uncomfortable. Cue her luxurious home-wares and fashion accessories company that champions environmentally and socially responsible methods. After searching for eco-friendly suppliers, the company now hand-prints its own fabrics from £55, from it's London studio using organic dyes and water-based inks. Tamasyn has also teamed up with Forest London to reupholster vintage Scandinavian furniture. 

Architectural Digest Russia: December 2012 December 03 2012

Work featured in Architectural Digest spread, Russia. Includes collaboration with Forest London collaboration.

Marie Claire: Dec 2012 December 01 2012

Our notebook packs in the Marie Claire Christmas gift guide.


Homes & Antiques: October 2012 October 01 2012

A four page interview titled "Living Colour".


Selvedge: September 2012 September 01 2012

Interview entitled "Learning Curve".

Observer Magazine: September 2012 September 01 2012

“Most Wanted. A Classic Ercol Chair. To celebrate this month’s London Design Festival, we have teamed up with Ercol and Tent London, one of the biggest trade shows of the festival, to give away this classic Ercol Windsor easy chair, upholstered in a gorgeous fabric by Tamasyn Gambell”

Living etc: August 2012 August 01 2012

“Out of the wood. Førest in Clerkenwell not only stocks some of the most mouthwatering mid-century modern Scandi furniture in town, now customers can have the pieces upholstered in gorgeous new fabric from Tamasyn Gambell, making scratchy fabric in Seventies colours a thing of the past.”

Grand Designs Magazine: August 2012 August 01 2012

“Classic shapes have been modernised with this new collection by Tamasyn Gambell and førest London. Gambell has taken mid-century-style pieces from the furniture brand and upholstered them with Bauhaus meets Modernist prints. Catch up with them at Tent London as part of the London Design Festival”

Luxx Magazine: May 2012 May 01 2012

“What she (Michelle Ogundehin, editor in chief of Elle Decoration) wants…”

Vogue: April 2012 April 01 2012

Notebooks part of the of the “Tribal Dance” mood board.

Time Out London: November 2011 November 01 2011

Interview in Timeout London about private commissions.

Elle Decoration: May 2011 May 01 2011

“We love a graphic notebook, especially one thats eco friendly. Cue Tamasyn Gambell’s striking designs, which are made from recycled paper and vegetable oil-based inks. Stylish and sustainable.”


Stella Magazine: Apr 2011 April 01 2011

"Tamasyn Gambell designed collections for Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel before launching her eponymous homewares line. These bright linen cushions like the rest of her collection are made in Britain."

Financial Times – How to spend it: Feb 2011 February 01 2011

"Silks from a designer with an impeccable pedigree"

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Monocle: Oct 2010 October 01 2010

"If you're looking for something eco-friendly to scribble notes on, these paperback notebooks, which sport pages in varying shades of white, are the latest creation from ethical UK brand Tamasyn Gambell. Bound together with a bellyband, the notebooks are litho-printed by a socially responsible co-operative. The coloured covers are made from Cairn recycled paper."

– Nelly Gocheva

Egg Mag: May 2010 May 01 2010

Guardian Weekend: Nov 2009 November 01 2009

Marie Claire: Apr 2009 April 01 2009

"We love London designer Tamasyn Gambell who, having worked at Hermès and Louis Vuitton, now runs her own eco-friendly luxury scarf company. Her delicate designs are hand-printed and then woven in an environmentally aware factory in India that supports the disadvantaged."