This Month’s Best Interior Buys

If you’re looking to inject some fresh energy into your décor then let this be your starting point. From bespoke kitchens to beautiful flooring, our edit offers covetable design pieces for every budget.

Designer to know: Beata Heuman 

Heuman worked for interior guru, Nicky Haslam, for nine years before setting up her studio in 2013, known for her Scandi style and attention to detail, Heuman’s growing collection of fabrics, wallpapers, lighting and furniture are often bespoke and in keeping with her ethos that your home’s décor should enhance your day to day life.

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Tat London Pop Up

Charlie Porter has created Tat, a destination for finding unique and fun items to dress up your home. With Porter’s eye for detail and unusual style, this pop-up is definitely worth a look for those wanting a statement piece or two.

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Havwoods Flooring

Choosing your flooring is no easy task but this floor supplier narrows down the selection and will guide you along the way. With engineered, reclaimed and solid wood amongst its beautiful collections, you will also find parquet flooring that will enhance your home, whatever space you’re looking to lay. Their floor visualiser tool will also help take out a lot of the guesswork too. 

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Holte Ikea

It leaves you wondering why no one had thought of creating this service before. Simply buy your Ikea kitchen, then speak to Holte about your chosen doors, handles and worktop and they’ll craft your chosen look creating a bespoke kitchen with the luxe factor of furniture worth ten times more. Genius!

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Design And That

If you’re looking for a modern touch to add to your home, this is a good starting point. Design And That is a concept store and studio in Shoreditch offering elegant and luxe interiors from furniture and lighting to apothecary and coffee table books. But be warned this isn’t the place to head to on a tight budget.  


Focus/19 at Design Centre 

For six days in September, Focus/19 brings together industry professionals and design enthusiasts to show off their creative expertise and provide you with lots of inspiration for your home.  From its success of the past, this year it’s expanding with an enhanced programme that features pop-ups, product launches and showroom openings in abundance. If you’re renovating or toying with the idea, this event is not to be missed.

 Focus/19 at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour (15 – 20 Sept)


Summerill and Bishop Nude Napkins

Napkins always add style and class to a dinner table, and this season there’s a strong trend towards figurative line drawing on napkins. These contemporary drawings work well for your table manners but will also look beautiful displayed on your walls too. Simply unfold to reveal your napkin’s true form.  Now there’s a dinner table conversation starter, if ever you needed one! 

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British Standard Screens

Get the crittall look for a fraction of the price with these new ‘off-the-peg’ modular screens that can be placed anywhere in your home. With their clean steel lines, the screens divide open-plan living stylishly, creating separate areas while still allowing a natural flow of light. Available in different finishes and sizes to compliment your home.

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Moda Operandi Home Business & Pleasure

These stylish and effortlessly beautiful chairs and umbrellas will dress up your garden instantly. Light-enough to carry to the beach, if you so wish. This garden furniture has a vintage feel to it that’s still modern at the same time. Think fringed trims, scalloped finishes and Breton stripe fabrics. This will without doubt will up your sun-lounger style.

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