A couple of weeks ago I visited Tent London a design show in London. I’ve aways been an interior design geek, in fact when I was a teenager it’s what I wanted to do when I grew up! For someone who loves design and interiors this show is like a little piece of heaven! It’s great seeing so many talented independent designers alongside larger companies showing their innovative designs and ideas. I chose a few of my highlights from the share with you…
This amazing futon features a print designed by Baines and Fricker and is made by The Futon Company. I loved this as it would go really well with my cowboy print wallpaper. It’s made from oak and is generally just awesome! Unfortunately Jake the westie doesn’t come with it, he also works for the Futon Company.
Also from the Futon Company these side tables designed by John Weaver were absolutely beautiful and would look amazing in a mid-century themed home. These were one of my favourite things in the show. If my budget stretched that far I’d have the pink and the blue in my bedroom.
If like me, you love a good print then you’ll love all the designs from B Goods. I can’t decide which I love more the textiles or tableware.
How amazing is this print featuring doors and pets. I would love to incorporate the wallpaper somewhere in my house. If not the range of cushions and lamps in the same design would do just fine. These are designed by Ottoline who have an absolutely amazing range.
For a touch of luxury I think this beautiful wallpaper is absolutely gorgeous. One day when I have by own Georgian mansion I will decorate the large rooms with something like this. I like the classic feel while still being very modern. I must have indulged a little too much in the free beer by this point, because I forgot to make a note of who designed this. Oops.
I really love the combination of mustard and grey, so I was instantly drawn to these throw blankets from Lupuan Kankurit.
I was already quite familiar with the beautiful plates and tea-sets from Melody Rose as I followed them on Twitter ages ago. Their designs add something really cool to classic tableware. I especially love the skulls.
The dark richness of these wallpapers and textiles from Witch and Watchman blew me away. I love the lifelike animals too, another one for the dream home I think.
Find out more about the show and find a full list of exhibitors on the Tent London Website.
What is your favourite thing from the ones I’ve included?