This Month’s Best Interior Buys

If you’re looking to inject some fresh energy in to your home, let this be your starting point. From eclectic fashion and interiors collaborations to celebrating artisan makers, our edit offers a range of covetable ideas for every budget.

Anissa Kermiche

Parisian-born jewellery designer Anissa Kermiche has expanded her offering to include ceramic homeware. Thrown and glazed at her studio in London, each piece is a celebration of modern femininity referencing classical antiquity, reflecting the aesthetic of her eponymous label. 

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Farrow & Ball Colour By Nature

Partnering with the Natural History Museum, this new collection by one of Britain’s most iconic paint companies is inspired by the natural world. It draws on entries from Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours, a tome classifying colour in nature.

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Soho Home x Anthropologie

When one of the world’s most influential hotel groups collaborates with a global shopping destination, it’s time to get excited. This collection of over 30 pieces, including furniture, tableware, lighting, textiles, wall decor and accessories, has been inspired by Soho House Greek Street, the historic London townhouse, and Soho House Barcelona.

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Lorford Antiques

For a beautifully curated selection of antiques, visit this treasure trove of decorative delights. Occupying a showroom in Tetbury and two enormous hangars, the selection of furniture and lighting, as well as made-to-order items, is vast. Definitely worth the day trip.

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If you’re a fan of Italian design, head to the Saatchi Gallery for the capital’s first exhibition dedicated to iconic brands and designers, 19-22 September. Look forward to recognising familiar favourites and discovering some new names.


Interior Design Masters

We’re obsessed with this BBC show in which Fearne Cotton presents aspiring designers with a weekly challenge to take on commercial interior design briefs as they compete to win a life-changing design contract. Expect high drama and plenty of inspiration.

Amara Stoned

Founded in 2014 by Derkan Atakan and John ter Riet in Amsterdam, Stoned designs and creates marble homeware that is built to last a lifetime. From serving bowls to desk accessories, these are luxury, on-trend accessories with a stylish finish.

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For The Love of White

It’s been 25 years since The White Company’s launched (what did we do before?), and this book showcases some of the most beautiful interior schemes using white and neutrals we’ve seen. Founder Chrissie Rucker OBE has selected homes in towns, the countryside and on the coast to create a collection of images you’ll revisit time and again for inspiration.

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Soane Britain, designers and makers of outstanding furniture, upholstery, lighting, fabrics, wallpapers and interior necessities, has launched a new website which presents its stunning collections. Each design is made in Britain in small workshops that celebrate tradition skills and craftmanship.


Summerill & Bishop

This vibrant collection of bold zebra-print tablecloths and napkins sees homeware designers Summerill & Bishop team up with fashion powerhouse MATCHESFASHION. Made from 100% linen, the products celebrate the Notting Hill-based company’s philosophy of dressing your home to reflect your own style – and who doesn’t love an animal print?

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Zara’s New Homeware Collection

For finely balanced household essentials, look no further than the Zara Home Collection edit, coming in mid September. This new section on the website will be dedicated to bedroom, kitchen and dining room, bathroom and living room items that combine style with function.

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