What’s New I Lifestyle Collection
Meet the fabulous new makers and designers fresh to the gallery this summer – as we launch our curated lifestyle and homeware range
As life returns tentatively to normal(ish), we are delighted to unveil a wealth of talented new makers – complementing our specialist printmaking and bespoke framing with a brand new ‘Lifestyle Collection’.
If you happen to have dropped by in recent weeks you will know we have been hard at work revamping our space to bring a more ‘At Home’ feel.
Alongside an exterior refresh to reflect our leafy surroundings, our interior walls are no longer all conventional ‘gallery white’ as we appreciate changing interior trends. We want our customers to really be able to see how our prints will look in their own homes.
Now, we are proud to introduce alongside our limited edition artworks a curated range of homeware and lifestyle products – from hand-restored vintage furniture to sustainable textiles, recycled glass vases and even bouquets of dried wild flowers.
Here’s the lowdown on some of the new names in the gallery this season…
London-based textile designer Sophie Home creates beautiful, bold contemporary throws and cushions (pictured, top and below) in the softest 100% cotton knits.
Ceramicist Liam Owen‘s satisfyingly simple, perfectly pastel stoneware is finished with his signature speckled two tone glaze.
Tamasyn Gambell trained at the Royal College of Art and has worked in Paris for luxury labels such as Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel. Her gorgeously bright, geometric cushions are made used water-based pigments and using only eco-friendly suppliers.
Suffolk-based Ten:09 lovingly renovates vintage furniture, such as the beautiful ‘Rose’ (below) an Edwardian double glass-fronted drinks and display cabinet; and the very fancy ‘Nancy’, a walnut-veneered 1960s cocktail cabinet with copper gilding (bottom).
We love the colour-popping terrazzo pots and planters from Salt Studios, bringing a splash of joy to every room. They are handcrafted in Deptford by painter turned designer/maker Francesca Pappacoda.
The sister-run Plinth Home is based in sunny Brighton and their linen cushion designs combine abstract linear art with colour blocking – all hand-stitched and hand-printed in the UK.
Hana Moss Flowers
Flower designer Hana Moss creates wild blooms to last in her Hackney studio – we are delighted to stock her stylish contemporary dried bouquets.
St Eval Candles
The Cornish St Eval candle company conjures up fresh and aromatic fragrances in perfect little pots inspired by sea, land and sky – from Samphire & Sage to Sea Mist.
Beautifully tactile, handthrown tableware in delicious ice cream hues from SGW Lab – otherwise known as Japanese ceramic artist Yuta Segawa.
Treat yourself to slipcast geometric pots and vases finished with fluid marbling from potter Camilla Webb Carter.
Glowing glassware in muted jewel-like colours – hand blown in Somerset from 100% recycled glass.
Find our lovely lifestyle collection alongside the very best of contemporary British printmaking in our Ealing gallery, at 45 Bond Street, Ealing, W5 5AS. For more information on any of the makers featured, email [email protected] or call 0208 579 6365.