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.
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".
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...
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.