Tamasyn Gambell

Tamasyn Gambell

Vibrant homewares comprise of rich screen printed linens.


I believe that style does not have to suffer in order to be environmentally friendly. Designers should all be working with eco friendly methods without compromising style or quality.

Tamasyn trained in printed textiles at Chelsea college of Art and the Royal College, experimenting with both fashion and interior print design.

She has worked in Paris for high-end companies such as Louis Vuitton, and Sonia Rykiel, trend agencies Nelli Rodi, Promostyle, and WGSN and high street brand H&M as a women’s-wear print designer. In both high end and high street fashion Tamasyn felt frustrated with the amount of waste and lack of innovation.

The fast paced and mass produced fashions available today leave little time for reflection and so she decided to set up a company that would strive to produce luxurious considered designs whilst upholding a responsibility to work in the most environmentally and socially responsible methods available.



Cockpit Arts Awards

  • 01/01/2008 - 01/01/2009
    Cockpit Arts / NADFAS Award


Tamasyn’s vibrant homewares comprise of rich linens which are hand screen-printed in London and Europe to create brightly coloured textiles that are then made into striking lampshades and cushions.

furniture and lighting

Tamasyn's screen-printed lines feature on lampshades and furniture.

stationery and book art

Tamasyn’s paperback notebooks are printed by a socially responsible co-operative with green mark accreditation using 100% consumer waste recycled paper and vegetable oil based inks.