9 Interior Designer Product Ranges We Love

Having spent years sourcing the perfect pieces for their clients, it’s no surprise to see interiors pros designing and releasing their own product lines. From whimsical decorative objects to classic furniture, these are the ones to have on your radar.

Shoppa by Beata Heuman

The first product Swedish designer Beata Heuman launched was her Marbleized Velvet fabric, and Shoppa has gone from strength to strength ever since. Heuman believes in a more conscious approach to shopping, seeing it as an opportunity to find something unique and inspiring. We guarantee you’ll be inspired by the playful, whimsical items on offer here.

Visit Shoppa.BeataHeuman.com

Rose Uniacke

Known for her refined, classic style, we love Rose Uniacke’s ‘sink into me’ sofas with their generous dimensions and low arms, as well as her sculptural wall lights. But it’s the fabric collection that excites us most. She’s also just launched 14 paints spanning a neutral colour palette, which are 100% natural and chemical-free.

Visit RoseUniacke.com

Salvesen Graham

Known for their beautiful and carefully curated homes, design duo Mary Graham and Nicole Salvesen love to combine traditional heritage touches with a bold colour and pattern. Via their shop, you can get a slice of their signature style in the form of scallop rugs, bright lamp bases, ruffled cushions and upholstered furniture. 

Visit SalvesenGraham.com

Trove By Studio Duggan

We’ve long been fans of Tiffany Duggan’s interior style, so we were thrilled to hear she’d launched Trove. It started with a bedroom collection that focused on quality and craftsmanship, while the current collection has us saving up for the Avalon fluted chest of drawers and the Second Wave ottoman. 

Visit TheTrove.co.uk

Sister by Studio Ashby

Created by designer Sophie Ashby and her team, this range – described as a ‘collection of future heirlooms’ – includes bespoke furniture, art and accessories. With new products released fortnightly, this evolving collection reflects the studio’s approach to design – picture lots of layered textures, antiques, colour and pattern. 

Visit StudioAshby.com

Studio Hám by Ham Interiors

With a warehouse in the Hambleden valley in Oxfordshire and an online store, Studio Hám offers a collection of new furniture and antiques, art and lighting. Within the collection, you’ll also find Made by Hám, an in-house range that can be custom made to fit your needs. The scalloped and reeded vanity units are top of our wish list, but the eye-catching, colourful artwork is tempting too.

Visit StudioHam.co.uk

Rosanna Bossom

By combining old and new – think vintage furniture with modern accessories – Rosanna Bossom has produced a timeless assortment of pieces. Just like her work, her collection is also a bit different to the rest. The wavy backed sofa, bobbin fender and fluted bedside are versatile, but totally unique.

Visit RosannaBossom.co.uk

Nina Campbell

Having spent 50 years at the top of the industry, Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers. Her shop in Knightsbridge is a bit of a design destination, housing her collection of fabrics, wallpaper, home accessories and furniture. Elegant, feminine and decorative, Nina’s work continues to inspire any number of interiors designers. Look out for the Ready To Ship collection to instantly incorporate some of Nina’s style into your home.

Visit Shop.NinaCampbell.com

Osborn Interiors

After being asked countless times where she had found different items in her home, Bee Osborn decided it was time to create her own range. Reflecting her love of neutral colours and texture, the collection now includes rattan side tables, linen cushions and rope pendant lampshades. She also recently collaborated on a paint range with Fenwick & Tilbrook and a fabric line with Zoe Glencross.

Visit OsbornInteriors.com

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