London’s transport history inspires new homeware product ranges
By Carlene Thomas Bailey

Love London transport? New homeware collections on display at London Design Festival are an ode to Tfl and your morning commute. WGSN reports

Sep 23, 2016

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Fans of London’s underground train system (and the new Night Tube, which allows some train lines to run through the night) will enjoy the latest design offering from interiors e-commerce site

As part of this year’s London Design Festival, has created a licensing deal with Transport for London, teaming up to create a set of homeware products, from living room posters to cushions to tube map inspired rugs.

London transport interiors range with

London transport interiors range with

The collection is a chance to celebrate TFL’s 150 years design history and celebrate Metroland, the moment in transport history when the Metropolitan line was newly extended, during the early 20th century, enabling a new generation of London home-owners to move from the bustling city to the greener edges of London.

In addition to the homeware range created by in-house designers at, Finnish interior textile company, Vallila and London-based design studio, Loris & Livia have also created TFL inspired designs that will be on display at the festival.


Kirkby Design: The design was originally inspired by the woven moquette seating which was introduced to Piccadilly line interiors when the line was refurbished in 1997.


The Vallila range

The Vallila range

The designs are on show during this London Design Festival as part of the DesignJunction show space, running until the 25th of September 2016.

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