Designers

Rory Dobner


Born in England in 1978, Rory Dobner, studied Fine Art foundation at Chelsea School of Art & Design before obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts, (Honors), at Central St.Martin's School of Art & Design. In 1998 he was awarded the prestigious title of Burns Young Artist of the Year.

A well traveled, international artist, Rory uses many different mediums to produce a wide range of original work. Rory specialises in unique, hand drawn, intricately detailed ink drawings. The works are complemented by unusual vintage picture frames & come ready to hang. The one off, whimsical ink designs allow the viewer a little peek into a fantasy world where their favourite animals, are discovered thoroughly enjoying getting up to all sorts of mischief or being playfully eccentric.


Rory Dobner's Intricate Drawings
Rory Dobner

Shan Valla


Award winning designer Shan Valla, creates playfully beautiful objects for the interior combining elements of the handmade with production. Her distinctive aesthetic style has led to a collection of functional and decorative glass and porcelain that juxtapose pattern, surface, colour and texture with the new and the nostalgic.

Shan graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2009. She now works from her Studio in Holborn and is continuing to work with private collectors, retail outlets and galleries.

Shan Valla's Gold Finch
Shan Valla

Charlene Mullen


After graduating from RCA in Illustration Charlene worked for leading fashion houses creating embroidery swatches. Launching her own home accessories collection in 2008, her background in illustration and her knowledge of textiles has given her a truly original edge. The love of the drawn line, intricate patterns and folk art are central to the work.

London Scenic Cushion
Charlene Mullen

Linda Bloomfield


Linda Bloomfield trained and worked as a scientist before becoming a potter. She learnt to throw at private lessons in a potter's studio as well as at various pottery classes in England, Japan and the USA.

Linda throws functional pots in porcelain. She is primarily interested in form and surface texture. Shapes are kept simple, with faint throwing lines left and dimples sometimes added. She uses tactile satin matt magnesia glazes on the outsides to enhance the forms and clear or coloured, fluid glazes on the insides for functionality. All her work is high fired and is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Candy Collection
Linda Bloomfield

Tina Tsang


Inspired by the obscure and uncanny in life,Tina tries to breathe life into
everyday objects to create an unconscious dialog between the object and user.
The aim of her design is to enthral the user and give a sense of other worldliness
to everyday life. Tina Tsang is a graduate of Central Saint Martins college of art
in film and illustration which has also been a major influence in designing her products.

See Tina's Salt & Pepper TV
Tina Tsang

Kathleen Hills


Kathleen Hills set up her design studio in 2002 after graduating with a 1st class honours degree from Central St Martins and an MA in Ceramics and Glass from The Royal College of Art.

Hills works mainly in slip cast bone china. She designs domestic lighting and tabletop items which are predominantly produced within factories in Stoke on Trent.

Kathleen Hill's Lights
Kathleen Hills

Fliff


London based ceramicist Fliff Carr loves texture and pattern and brings textiles and ceramics together in her fine white earthenware pieces, embossed with antique cotton crochet doilies and lace.

Fliffs current collection of delicate 'tea-time' accessories are much sort after and are as versatile as they are unique.

Lace Cakestand
 
Fliff

Timea Sido


Award winning British designer Timea Sido graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2001. Timea established her ceramics studio at the prestigious Cockpit Arts London the following year, where she still designs and hand crafts all her beautifully intricate ceramic artefacts.

Timea's work challenges conventional ceramics, through the development of an innovative technique in which delicate organic lines of white earthenware clay are formed and layered to construct the final piece. Her intricate 'tangled' pattern structure and fine detailing is Timea's signature style. Her enchanting contemporary ceramics add elegance and individuality to any interior.

Tangled Web Tealight Holder
Timea Sido

Kathy Dalwood


Kathy Dalwood is an innovative and well respected British artist and designer with a constantly expanding portfolio of interests, expertise and vision in the context of visual art and design.

Kathy explores the potential and qualities of castable materials such as concrete through her concrete figurine collection and her bathroom sculptures, now available in Arts and Sculpture.

See Kathy Dalwood's Figurines

 
Kathy Dalwood

abigail*ryan


abigail*ryan is the dreamchild of design duo, and couple, Abigail Percy {Designer Jewellery}, and Ryan Bell {of DesireLines}...

Working together, they combine Abigail's organic and nature inspired illustrations and Ryan's love and flair for colour and graphic design to produce beautifully unique fabric and objects for the home.
abigail*ryan

Selina Rose


Award winning British designer Selina Rose creates intricately cut felt homewares and bespoke interior felt surfaces for residential and commercial interiors. Her unique product range includes felt rugs, acoustic panels, screens, room dividers, window treatments, throws, table runners and cushions. Her signature style of bold, graphic, nature-inspired patterns and fretwork-like cut-outs along with her products strong eco credentials have won the attention of clients worldwide. All products are made in the UK from 100% wool felt, which is sustainable and biodegradable and the felt is coloured using environmentally friendly dyes.

Selina Rose's Bloom Rug
 
Selina Rose

 

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