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Ren London Textiles Pulse 2016

in between chairing my first ever panel discussion at pulse london yesterday (eek!), and being interviewed about my top tips for collaborating with bloggers for pulse tv (link to follow), i managed to find a few minutes to whizz up and down the aisles to see what delights i could discover. as soon as i spotted these gorgeous printed textiles i was stopped dead in my tracks – geometric printing on raw tactile linen is always a winner in my book!

ren. london is a homeware brand that represents considered design with focus on the handcrafted and natural materials that only get better with age. founder raneta valuzyte splits her time between wood turning and block printing linen, which she sources from the very same factory where her grandmother spent nearly 4 decades producing the fabric – isn’t that just lovely? each design is individually hand printed and have a wonderfully minimalist navajo vibe to them i think, conjuring up magical nights spent under canvas out in the desert..

her maple, walnut and ebonized oak woodware pieces are also pretty stunning – do check them out!

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  1. Yeah -loving these!! Bet you were great at chairing a panel! x

  2. Sorry to have missed the panel discussion hun. Bet you were ace! Aren’t this textiles lovely? Great spot xx

  3. Bold geometric shapes -great simple designs with effective results.

  4. There is something so wonderfully tactile about linen and I love crumpled relaxed look of it. This looks like a fab find. I’ll have to check it out.

  5. Great finds, their textiles are lovely! I really enjoyed your panel talk – just happened to catch it online at just the right time – well done all!

  6. I admire your effort to find such a nice textile. Nice prints!

  7. I watched the panel, it was v good! These products are lovely, especially the geometric print

    1. Thanks so much Hannah – so nervous but everyone tells me it went well xx

  8. Lovely find, I love the little patterns on them. I am not surprised they stopped you in your tracks!