Curio x Claridges Glassware
CURIO’s first collection for Claridge’s brings two aesthetic worlds together – Art Deco glamour and contemporary cool. CURIO designed a curated trio of colours to represent and nod to the heritage of the legendary hotel: its signature jade, the cool ice blue that features in its suites and a soft, peachy pink to mirror Claridge’s new pink marble bar, The Painter’s Room. Together with CURIO’s distinctive speckled layering of colour and translucency, this collection is both pretty and playful.
Liberty has a new bedding range inspired by its legendary 50,000-strong print archive, all of which has been hand-painted in a London studio and printed onto the highest quality fabric bases. The collection includes four prints on cotton, four prints on linen and five prints on 300 thread count cotton sateen. We love how the pretty and nostalgic prints will add some decorative detail into a bedroom – and look out for more information on the in-store sleep events that will accompany the launch.
The Flora mirror from Balineum has earnt cult status among interiors fans, and rightly so. Now, Balineum founder Sarah Watson has introduced the same piece in a range of new shades – pastel blue, pale pink and yellow join the existing line-up of white, green, red and navy – plus, custom colours are available on request.
Print Sisters Wallpaper
Print Sisters is a print archive specialising in vintage textiles from the 1800s to the 1970s and as part of its new wallpaper collection, it’s revived playful prints into luxurious wallpaper that comes in extra wide panels. The range of non-woven wallpaper has a tactile, smooth finish and uses paper sourced from sustainably managed forests, all from FSC approved supply. They only use HP water-based, environmentally friendly inks, too.
Expanding its range beyond the pyjamas and dresses we already love, Yolke's homeware offers the same whimsical, floral aesthetic in the form of ruffled cushions and decorative napkins and tablecloths in perfect prints.
New from Arbala, these swirly marbled plates are handmade using a special paint technique by local artisans in Morocco. They come in sets of four, but each one is unique. We’d style them with a plain, neutral linen tablecloth and rustic napkins that pick out one of the colours.
Table Love Napkins
‘Sapore Di Mare’ means more than just ‘Taste of The Sea’ – it represents all the Italian nostalgia about good seafood. The napkins in this series embody this Riviera spirit with playful embroidery and delicate details – we have our eye on the ‘Limone’ design for our next garden supper.
Gaby Deeming’s Daydress brand keeps delivering unique homeware we can’t resist. These beautiful pots are made using cotton rag paper which is made using waste fabric from the garment industry. The paper sheets are hand-marbled and the pot is finished with a ceramic knob made in the famous Blue Pottery of Jaipur. They’d make a lovely addition to a dressing table or shelf.
Award-winning bespoke kitchen, furniture and design company Herringbone Kitchens has introduced its own paint colour range. Exclusively available to Herringbone customers, the range includes 18 colours that nod to current trends without compromising on timeless appeal.
Stone & Mason Glassware
Add a quirky touch to your table with these fun letter glasses from Stone & Mason. Looking far more expensive than they are, we suggest buying a set to spell out your friend’s name for a thoughtful gift. Handmade from lamp-worked glass, they’re also dishwasher safe.
Create Academy x Kathryn Ireland
The latest interiors masterclass from Create Academy is entitled ‘Artfully Edited Interiors’ with acclaimed designer Kathryn Ireland. Kathryn will be celebrating 25 years in the industry next year and has earned a loyal roster of Hollywood A-list clients, designing projects for the likes of Chiwetel Ejiofor, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Drew Barrymore. Splitting her time between London and L.A., Kathryn is best known for creating charming and relaxed interiors that prioritise comfort above all else.
Turner Pocock x Peter Page
The Turner Pocock x Peter Page collaboration was born out of a mutual love of bespoke floor coverings and the shared belief that no interior is complete without the perfect rug. Peter, Bunny and Emma have worked closely over the past two years with some of the most skilled artisan weavers to produce a collection of beautifully crafted flatweave rugs and runners. Each design can be made from a spectrum of 12 colour options, including tones of teal and mustard treated with pinks to add a vintage touch. The collection is available to view at the new showroom, Peter Page Rugs, Chelsea Wharf.
Partnership Editions x Loubna Rizqi
Loubna Rizqi's debut collection – From the Land of the Sun – is a reflection of her Moroccan heritage. The series of 15 landscapes explore sun-swept scenes that are marked with distinct architecture and are an ode to the emotional depth of her childhood memories.
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