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.
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.