Now in its second year and supported by the Society for British Interior Design, Tramshed is a boutique selection of interior products in a pop-up style location. Here are the highlights…

Right by the entrance and getting things started on the right note were these wonderfully tactile ceramics from Karen Morgan. I love the juxtaposition between their soft pliable appearance and the actual nature of the material.

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Next up, Benjamin Hubert‘s pod, which is variously describes as “a large privacy chair” and a “little room in room solution.” Either way, it looks like a great place to curl up with a book and hide away from the world.

LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011 in news events home furnishings  Category

Following the success of the Martini Cocktail set, which was commissioned by Wallpaper* magazine and acquired for the V&A’s permanent collection, Miranda Watkins has now launched Gleam Bar, the full barware collection.

LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011 in news events home furnishings  Category

I loved these character cushions from Becky Baur

LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011 in news events home furnishings  Category

…and I very nearly stayed in this gorgeous comfy armchair from Leif.designpark!

Katie Treggiden is covering the London Design Festival for Design Milk. Katie writes confessions of a design geek, winner of mydeco’s “Best Interior Design Blog in Great Britain” and has just released her first book Interviews, a collection of 18 interviews with designers.