Press articles

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.


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.

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.

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.