Having been jinxed with trains the last couple of days I have missed some of the London Design Festival extravaganza, which is a real shame as there were some great things I planned to attend. On Friday however I tagged along with the fabulous bloggers on blogtour2011 and visited Tent London and Origin 2011. Below are five of my favourites finds from Tent and Origin
Abigail Borg beautiful wallpaper and fabric that is made, printed and manufactured in Britain
Anthony Hartley’s brightly coloured furniture with movement and curvaceous form. Plus a touch of sweet shop charm
Mini Moderns wonderfully charming print collection that includes wallpaper and home accessories
Zoe Murphy revitalizing/up-cycling mid century furniture and giving it a new lease of life
Niamh Barry Small artisan lighting designer using glass, steel and bronze
Origin continues to run till Wednesday 28th September, so get yourself over to Old Spitalfields Market and see some of the beautiful British craft.
I also want to say a big thank you to Veronika and Tim at Modenus for organizing blogtour2011 and generally being all round good eggs.
If you’re in need of some more design candy below are some great blog posts (already posted whilst they are still here) by the fabulous bloggers attending blogtour 2011:
Tent London–London Design Festival by The Kitchen Designer Susan Serra
Day 4 Blogtour by Amy Beth Cupp Dragoo at ABCDdesign
Live from London:Day 5 Blogtour by Andie Day’s Design for Life
Blogtour 2011 by Mee Hacking and Elise Jones of Here in this House
Hanging out with Lee Broom by Jonathan Legate
Translating trends: Man’s best friend by Mollie Magill is managing editor
A walk along the thames Tent London by wonderful Michelle Carangi for Holley & Gill
Samuel Heath Old world craftsmanship meets modern technology By Carmen Maria Natschke – the Decorating Diva
Gems in London whirlwind glimpses of London Design Festival by Tamara Matthews-Stephenson author of lifestyle blog, Nest by Tamara
B Roll from Bob Trending by Bob Borson at Life of an Architect
I like what Zoe Murphy has done with those pieces. Love the colours.
Absolutely gorgeous aren't they? I'd love for her to customise a sideboard or a bedside tables for my own home. Too yummy