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London Market Spotlight: Tilly Blue’s Travel Furniture and More

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London Market Spotlight: Tilly Blue’s Travel Furniture and More

Sarah Lonsdale November 13, 2014

Who: One to watch, Tilly Blue Davies is a young British designer and recent graduate of the University of Falmouth with a degree in contemporary crafts.

What: Her Tilly Blue Travel Collection is a stylish take on functional furniture for the young, modern nomad. Each item folds into a portable piece–a chair, for instance, that becomes a backpack.

Insider Scoop: Tilly will be at our London Market selling pieces and taking commissions. If we’re lucky, she’ll also be showcasing some of her clothing line. 

Above: The Travel Collection features a chair, table, and bed, all of which offer space-saving design by folding up into totable packages.

Above: The Travel Collection, ready to go: the seat folds into a backpack, the table becomes a suitcase, and the bed fits into a duffel. 

Above: Like the rest of her work, Tilly Blue’s jewelry line is simple and restrained. Keep up with her designs at Tilly Blue.

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