What’s New In Interiors This Month
What’s New In Interiors This Month

What’s New In Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with new products and collections. From a luxury paint range to fresh wallpapers and fabrics, these are the latest launches, events and brands to have on your radar.
By Georgina Blaskey

André Fu LED Lamp

We love how endlessly versatile a portable lamp can be – whether you want to make it a centrepiece or just use it to illuminate a dark corner. This luxe lamp from André Fu is inspired by the silhouette of the camellia flower, and we love its gentle curves and polished finish.

Visit AndreFuLiving.com

Crucial Trading ‘Balance’ Carpet

Crucial Trading has been designing and creating floorcoverings for over 30 years, and is always looking for innovative ways to work with sustainable and natural fibres. Adding to its constantly evolving collections, the technical and creative teams have recently come up with ‘Balance’ – a carpet woven from 100% New Zealand wool, chosen for its colour, cut and loop. We can’t get enough of the almost two-tone finish.

Visit Crucial-Trading.com

Arkitaip Linen

Just launched, the new collection from Arkitaip is an extension of its already successful homeware line that launched last year. ‘Gratitude' was born from founder Lea Wieser’s reaction to the tough Covid years – she came up with some mantras and reminders to be grateful for the little things in life. All the pieces are sustainably made and are not only perfect for the home but great as gifts too, especially for Christmas. 

Visit Arkitaip.com

Daydress II for Dado Wallpaper

Dado has joined forces with Gabby Deeming of Daydress once more to create a new collection comprising four unique wallpapers inspired by artisanal Indian textiles and antique prints. Myriad colours and patterns come together to showcase Gabby’s love for hand-block prints, all while retaining the gentle inconsistencies and irregular effects characteristic of the technique.

Visit DadoAtelier.com

Daughters of Gaea Cushions

The latest capsule collection from Daughters of Gaea is a range of hand-printed, organic linen cushions. Placing ethically sourced and responsibly produced designs at the core, this female-founded brand works with female-led artisan groups from around the world. Specifically, these new designs have been hand-blocked printed and painted in partnership with Tharangini Studios, Bangalore’s oldest handcraft textile studio.

Visit DaughtersOfGaea.com

Imogen Heath Collection

Imogen Heath’s new collection takes her signature painterly designs for print one step further with new ranges of bold wallpaper, textural woven fabrics and luxurious embroidered trims. Exuberant patterns inspired by the fauvist mark making of Raoul Dufy come together to create joyful designs with lots of movement – ideal for creating fresh and interesting schemes.  

Visit ImogenHeath.com

Petit Panier Collection

Petit Panier founder Marie spent her childhood exploring the local brocante with her French mother, which was where her passion for vintage and wicker started. Since then, she’s been collecting pieces from all over the world but mainly from vide-greniers, brocantes and antique shops in France. Today, Petit Panier offers a curation of vintage and antique pieces, as well as an inaugural collection of handcrafted homewares made by highly skilled artisans. We love the porcelain napkin rings and candlesticks.

Visit PetitPanier.co.uk

Shrimps Tableware

New from fashion brand Shrimps, the Alvaro Tableware Set includes four placemats representing four different meals of the day: EGGS for breakfast, PASTA for lunch, CAKE for afternoon tea and, of course, SHRIMPS for dinner. Inspired by traditional Catalan table settings, the designs draw from an organic colour palette and are mostly made from natural materials.

Visit Shrimps.com

The House by M.A.H.

Digital retail platform The House sells artwork, furniture and objects from a mix of designers, collaborators and vintage sources. Brought to you by founder and director Laura Fulmine and the team behind M.A.H. Gallery, The House celebrates considered design and craftsmanship. Keep an eye out for the generous armchairs – the perfect dramatic accent in any living space.

Visit TheHouseByMAH.com

V&Co Paint

Brought to you by 200-year-old business Valspar, V&CO is the new luxury paint company worth knowing about. Spanning 45 matte colours, its formula is specially designed to deliver impeccable results. All the colours are trendless and seasonless, but if you’re not sure where to start, order some peel-and-stick colour samples which can be easily repositioned without damaging your walls. 

Visit VAndCoPaint.co.uk

Studio Peake x Rupert Merton

Each piece in Studio Peake’s collection represents a collaborative process between founder Sarah Peake and a different creator. Its new Peridot Lamp collection is the result of the Studio's long-standing relationship with ceramicist Rupert Merton, and comprises lamps constructed out of unique hand-thrown ceramic objects. The result is a series of bespoke pieces, each one a singular work of art in itself.

Visit StudioPeakeWorkshop.com

Winter Art & Antiques Fair

The Winter Art & Antiques Fair is returning to London’s Olympia from 1st to 6th November, playing host to more than 70 established and knowledgeable antique dealers. Visitors can source truly one-off pieces, with prices starting at under £100 and reaching well over £100,000 for the rarest of gems. Tickets start from £23.50 per adult and £16 for children aged 13-16.

Visit Olympia-Art-Antiques.com 

TP Caring Spaces: Christmas Advent Raffle

The design industry has come together to support TP Caring Spaces (founded by Emma Pocock and Bunny Turner) by gifting exceptional prizes to the TP Caring Spaces Advent Raffle. Tickets are £25 and can be purchased online. Brands who have donated goods include Soane, Beata Heuman, Salvesen Graham, Julian Chicester and, the grand prize – to be awarded on Christmas Day – is a morning with Bunny and Emma to discuss design advice for your home. The aim of the raffle is to raise enough funds to complete up to four pro bono projects next year – the charity initiative recently completed a break room at Guy's & St Thomas’ hospital, as well as a bedroom/office for nurses at MENCAP Dunstable, while a youth centre in West London and a palliative care room at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital are both in the works.

Visit TPCaringSpaces.co.uk and TurnerPocock.co.uk to purchase tickets.

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