Georgina’s Interiors Hot List
Georgina’s Interiors Hot List

Georgina’s Interiors Hot List

As SL’s senior interiors and homes editor, it’s fair to say Georgina Blaskey has her finger on the pulse when it comes to what’s going on in the design world. From an annual charity initiative to the newest collections and launches, here’s everything she’s loving this month…
By Georgina Blaskey

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.


Heathfield & Co

From mid-century modern to the Arts & Crafts movement, Heathfield & Co's new Echo Collection celebrates iconic vintage designs blending genres and eras with a modern twist. Featuring 25 designs spanning chandeliers, tables and floor lamps, this striking collection is made using long-lasting natural materials such as wood, marble, alabaster and glass in unexpected ways to create lighting that will elevate any space.



Rebecca Udall

Upholding her reputation for comfort, craftsmanship and longevity, Rebecca Udall is expanding her bedlinen offering with four new summer ranges. The Alexandra, Evora, Porto and Frame collections all encompass her signature details, with pieces predominantly inspired by historic European references, albeit modernised for contemporary schemes. Perfect for city or country, modern or traditional homes, everything is made from soft but crisp long or extra-long cotton fibres and single-ply cotton.




Cutting Garden By Bertioli

Championing the philosophy that flowers make us happy, Bertioli – the sister brand of Thyme – has released a collection featuring flowers picked from the cutting garden at Thyme and painted by its founder Caryn Hibbert. Immersive and experimental, the range has launched in various new bedrooms at Thyme, as well as across homeware, tabletop, decorative accessories and scent. The newly refurbished rooms have been decorated with measured maximalism to showcase the new wallpaper and fabrics, layered with additional cushions and lampshades. Each room features different patterns – Pink Phlox, Mixed Phlox, Elderflower, and Sidalcea.



Secret Ceramics

This month, for London Craft Week, a new charitable initiative – Secret Ceramics – will take over SoShiro Gallery. Showcasing more than 100 single-stem vessels created by leading artists, influencers and graduate talents, contributors to the exhibition will remain anonymous until after a piece is sold. All works will be sold at a fixed price of £300 with buyers encouraged to make an additional voluntary donation. Collectors can look to identify works by established artists such as Kate Malone, Hitomi Hisono, Henry Holland, and Luke Fuller through their signature styles, as well as acquire work by talented newcomers and cultural influencers such as Yinka Ilori, Nicholas Daley, Rosh Mahtani, Faye Wei Wei, Charlene Prempeh, Dame Zandra Rhodes, Kit Kemp and Nina Campbell a.



Caitlin Round Antiques

Distinctive and full of charm, Caitlin Rounds’ ceramics feature tongue-in-cheek statements that are sure to get guests talking. Each piece tells a story and comes in playful colourways with added details like scallop edges and hearts. Full of personality, they’d be perfect as hostess or housewarming gifts.



Colours Of Arley x Mattina Moderna

Colours of Arley has teamed up with slow design studio, Mattina Moderna to bring the south of France and East London together in this capsule collection of cubic La Petite Boîte lamps. Celebrating the best of the French Riviera, the collection reflects the tones of the sand, sun and sea, as well as olive trees and lemon groves with the stripes evoking the sun-drenched coast of Nice, the home of Mattina Moderna’s founders.




Mylo Art was founded by Kate Anniss in 2014 and this month marks the return of its annual Summer Show – celebrating the talent of its stable of emerging and established artists. Showcasing creatives that Kate has worked with for ten years and introducing some exciting and dynamic new artists, the collection spans more than 100 paintings, collages, ceramics, original prints and drawings. In addition, the Interiors Collective – an inspiring collection of furniture, art, and home accessories from some of the best interior designers and artisan makers – will return in mid-May. Exhibitors include Sarah Vanrenen, SARAH.K, Kate Guinness Design, Tate & Darby, Compton Marbling, Ilala, George Clark Interiors, Victoria Kostoris Ceramics, Master the Art and Camilla Hampton. 

9 High Street, Stockbridge, S020 6EX8am-5pm; until Friday 14th June



Stone & Mason

Summer is the perfect time to inject some fun into your table setting. The High Summer collection from Stone & Mason features a humorous edit of Ichendorf Milano glassware, including tumblers, carafes and tableware with 3D glass berries, marine-life and mushroom details. Made for al-fresco dining and summer entertaining, it’s guaranteed to add some colour to your table. Prices start from £12.



Atelier Ellis

Called ‘The Garden Party’, 12 new seasonal paint colours have now arrived at Atelier Ellis. Using Katherine Mansfield as her muse, Cassandra Ellis, colourist and founder of Atelier Ellis, has developed a collection full of useful and liveable colours, from a family of fresh whites through to soft and saturated greens and beautifully earth tones. We love ‘Lunching Ladies’, inspired by faded pink silk tea dresses, and ‘Mollie’, a deep and optimistic green.



Ruggable x Morris & Co

Following the success of its first joint collection last year, Ruggable and Morris & Co have created a fresh capsule that celebrates the beauty of nature, and brings the joy of the of the outdoors inside. It includes 15 styles, including a door mat, and features vintage heritage designs in a soft spring palette, using Ruggable’s handy two-piece washable rug system.  




Nothing makes you excited about luxury homeware more than a trip to Bonadea in Pimilico. The jewel-box shop is breath-taking and creative director Gemma Martinez de Ana’s latest curation is an edit of seasonal tablescapes, including Potager du Roi and The Happy Road. 


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