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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.