Samantha was invited to organise a creative workshop at the award winning architect firm Squire and Partners. Part of the annual Brixton Design Trail and London Design Festival, the 'Print your tote' workshop proved popular with designers and locals intrigued to learn creative print techniques. Using special heat transfer inks and collage, attendees created their own printed bag with some fabulous results. Thank you to everyone who made it to the event! If you want to find out more about our events. please sign up for our newsletter.
The Geo Tropic ceramic range has been specially selected to exhibit at the London Design Festival. The collection is a collaboration between Samantha Warren and the ceramicist Camilla Webb Carter. The collection also features in the official London Design Festival guide and is continuing to prove very popular in the design scene due to the delicate geometric forms and unusual digitised prints. See the collection here.
Host the ultimate dinner party with this exciting new range of tableware. The placemats and coasters combine Samantha's love for texture and pattern with a sophisticated tropical colour palette. The collection is inspired by Samantha's trip to Mauritius and features beautiful fauna such as palms, alpinia plants and bamboo. The photographs were taken by Samantha and really depict the lush and exotic surroundings. Each tableware piece is made in the UK using high quality materials from renewable resources. They are easy to wipe clean and can withstand temperatures up to 140 degrees, striking a perfect balance of style and function.
Samantha Warren is thrilled to launch her line of unique coffee cups in collaboration with British ceramicist Camilla Webb Carter. These impeccably designed ceramics combine striking patterns with slick geometric forms, each lovingly hand made in London, UK. Adorned with bold patterns and vibrant colours inspired by tropical wildlife, the 'Geo Tropic' collection consists of four different designs and comes in two sizes - a perfect gift for the stylish coffee lover. Upcoming events where you can find the collection: Saturday 7th July 2018, 11am - 2pm - Crafty Fox, Mercato Metropolitano, Elephant and Castle, London Sunday 8th July 2018 - House of Fraser, Croydon, CR0 1TY 21st - 22nd July, London Artisan, Old Truman Brewery, London, E1 6QR 20th -...
I love Orla Kiely. I met her husband Dermot at an event years ago. He's a great talker, very humble and fascinating. I love how the husband and wife team have built up the business and managed to keep its identity so strong throughout the years. To be a household name as a print designer, like Orla Kiely, is the dream. Currently there is an exhibition called Orla Kiely: A Life In Pattern at the Fashion and Textile Museum. A beautiful, intimate collection of Orla's clever prints which truly stand the test of time and look incredible on just about any item you can think of.