What’s New In Interiors This Month

It’s safe to say the interiors world is still brimming with new products and collections. From Bloomsbury-inspired hand-painted mirrors to eye-catching candle art, here’s everything to have on your radar…
What’s New In Interiors This Month

Liv & Dom

Siblings, ceramicists and illustrators Liv and Dom Cave-Sutherland are the creative duo based in Lewes, whose eponymous homeware brand showcases their artistic capabilities across a range of decorative pieces celebrating the female form in a fun, yet delicate way. Add a coaster or candlestick to your mantlepiece for a quick and chic home update.

Visit LivAndDom.com

Cathy Nordström

Swedish textile designer Cathy Nordström established her brand in 2019, offering quality home textiles – all of which are designed, produced and hand printed in Sweden by local, skilled print masters and craftsmen. Combining a passion for pattern with a need for sustainable production, authenticity and craftsmanship, Cathy has since built a label for the conscious consumer that doesn’t compromise on beautiful design. Well worth a look.

Visit CathyNordstrom.com

Amuse La Bouche

Amuse La Bouche is a homeware label based in London. Initially known for its circus stripes and ruffle napkins, it now offers a larger range of unique and inspiring tabletop and textiles. The team works with a variety of foreign artisan suppliers to sustainably make all products in small batches, as well as collaborating with craftsmen in the UK to help support local independent businesses. Keep checking the website for restocks and new designs.

Visit AmuseLaBouche.com

Partnership Editions Secret Sale

Featuring original artworks from numerous artists, including Julianna Byrne, Hester Finch, Venetia Berry, and Ruby Kean, Partnership Editions will be offering original artworks at a discount of up to 40% for four days only from 13th January. The Studio Sale will be in a hidden password-protected area of the website just for their community to access, so you need to sign up to guarantee your place and receive the right details for this one-off event.

Visit PartnershipEditions.com

Galvin Brothers

Yorkshire-based, family-run furniture makers Galvin Brothers have captured our attention thanks to their new range of side tables. Good craftsmanship and sustainability are at the forefront of the brand, and all furniture is made lovingly in the company’s own workshops by hand. The turned wood bobbin styles are top of our wish list right now. 

Visit GalvinBrothers.co.uk

Diaphane Candle Co.

If your shelves are crying out for new, decorative additions, consider investigating wax art. Sculptural candles are enjoying an interiors moment in the spotlight, and Anca Petrescu is leading the trend. Her newest designs include Tree of Life – reminiscent of Matisse’s cut outs which she recasts in vivid shades of beeswax. Enjoy lit or unlit.

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Hand-painted by Amy Balfour exclusively for Wicklewood as part of its At Home collection, each of these one-of-a-kind mirrors will make a colourful, cheerful addition to any home. Chiming perfectly with Wicklewood’s own aesthetic, Amy’s use of colour and vibrant motifs are mainly inspired by the relaxed and imperfect style of the Bloomsbury Group. 

Visit Wicklewood.com


Starting this month, Habitat is becoming the leading home and furniture brand for supermarkets Sainsbury’s and Argos, which means you can access premium design expertise online, as well as in selected stores and three standalone Habitat showrooms across the country. Expect trend-led pieces at affordable prices.

Visit Habitat.co.uk

Interia Hysteria

For quirky home accessories with a sense of humour, we love this edit from founder Kathryn Lo, who worked in fashion PR before launching her digital concept store. Her mission is to source eco-friendly and inclusive products, working with small businesses and independent artists from around the world to find design-led pieces that will have serious longevity in your home. 

Visit InteriaHysteria.com

Little Greene

Continuing its collaboration with the National Trust, this month Little Greene presents ‘Stone’– a versatile new palette of natural colours offering warmth, tranquility, timelessness and harmony. These gentle neutrals can be used in all areas of the home, adding warmth, relaxation and simplicity, as well as a sophisticated, complementary canvas for fabrics wallcoverings and furnishings. This is not about a return to beige or magnolia, it’s about using these new neutrals to create interiors that are smart and inviting.

Visit LittleGreene.com

Knotsy Brighton

Knotsy Brighton was created by founder Chantelle, with the vision being to create a brand offering handmade, simple and timeless products. Everything is designed and made by the brand’s founder – we love the pure white collection of trays, bowls and baskets. So simple and stylish.

Visit KnotsyBrighton.com

Heritage Geneve

This boutique, cushion company based in London makes hand embroidered suzani, ikat and velvet cushions. All designs are made using hand-woven fabrics imported from Uzbekistan, and filled with ethically sourced goose feathers and dried lavender from Provence to offer a relaxing scent each time you sit down.

Visit HeritageGeneve.com

The Brighton Collection

The Brighton Collection is an upcoming series of contemporary furniture handmade in a Sussex workshop. Inspired by the shapes and colours of Brighton, the first piece has been designed to bring a pop of colour to everyone’s home – a vibrant and versatile high gloss drum side table that can be fully customised to suit your own interior style.

Visit TheBrightonCollection.co.uk

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