This Month’s Best Interior Buys

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

Accessorize Wallpaper Collection

High-street fashion and lifestyle brand Accessorize has unveiled its first range of wallpapers. This debut collection includes 13 designs, with bold botanicals, luxe metallics and tropical influences all featuring heavily. It has been carefully curated to incorporate 2019’s
hottest trends and to suit all types of homes, from modern open-plan layouts to more traditional spaces.

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Bert & May Paint Collection

We’ve always loved Bert & May’s tiles and our loyalty has been rewarded by this foray into paints. Its new collection of 48 earth-inspired colours has been blended by hand using different strengths of the same pigment to achieve subtle differentiations of shade. Available in Eco-emulsion, Limewash and Eggshell, the paints have a rich and chalky finish – just like the tiles.

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Architectural Digest at 100: A Century of Style

The editors of the international design authority have delved into its archive and curated a selection of rich material covering a range of subjects. Chapters include Designer’s Own Homes, California, Celebrity, Coast, City, Country, Artists and Fashion – plenty of property porn to pore over.

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The London Basin Company

Founded by mother and daughter Anna and Nathalie Callis, this brand is all about modern interpretations of traditional Oriental and Middle Eastern patterns. From Japanese koi carp to flower baroques, each unique design adds an eye-catching focal point to any bathroom and can be set on a vanity unit or wall-mounted.

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French Connection Home

The Autumn/Winter collection includes sustainable textiles with rugs made of plastic bottles and luxe cushions that use recycled denim. By collaborating with inventive global partners such as a women’s refuge project in Rajasthan, the company has developed a range of beautiful, durable, textured rugs and textiles for the home.

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Sophie Paterson X Andrew Martin

Taking inspiration from the picturesque Italian towns of Brindisi and Salento, the first collection from Andrew Martin and Sophie Paterson features 34 neutrally coloured cushions framed with luxurious trims and fringing. Textured weaves and sumptuous printed velvets in earthy and sandy tones are complemented by accent colours of tan, celadon and dusty pink.

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Luke Edward Hall X Habitat

In his first capsule collection for Habitat, artist Luke Edward Hall brings his bold aesthetic to life through a circus-inspired range of sofas, lighting and accessories. Launching in October, this limited-edition drop features illustrative serpents, circus stripes, fringes and figurative artworks.

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Decorex International

For 40 years, Decorex has been Europe’s leading event for interiors professionals. Now it has a new home at Olympia London. This year also sees the introduction of Design Encounter, a series of interconnecting rooms, each individually created by designers including: Natalia Miyar, Run for the Hills, Samantha Todhunter Design, These White Walls, Zachary Pulman and Sella Concept. The general public can buy £40 tickets to go on Tuesday 8th October between 10am and 7pm.

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The Winter Art and Antiques Fair

Around 70 of the UK’s best dealers will be offering thousands of one-off, strictly vetted items for sale at Olympia from 5th to 10th November, alongside the Spirit of Christmas Fair. Expect signed jewellery, decorative objects, artwork, furniture, ceramics, glassware, clocks, fossils, textiles, mirrors, silverware and sculpture.

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