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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From statement dining tables to cosy lighting, the interiors world is still brimming with new products and launches before the end of the year…
By Georgina Blaskey

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Collection Noir Dining Tables

Extending its collection of marble and travertine console, coffee and side tables, the new designs from Collection Noir include the Roma dining table and the Ria side table – both of which showcase the beauty of natural stone and organic forms. Hand-crafted with precision in Collection Noir’s rare and exclusive signature stones, these pieces are all made to order.


Cultiver x Colin King Bedlinen

As one of the go-to interiors stylists for some of the world’s leading brands, Colin King has had a huge influence on the style of modern American design. Born out of the desire to find the perfect bed covering, The Stylist’s Collection is thoughtfully designed and expertly crafted with Cultiver, a Sydney-based, luxury linen lifestyle brand. The curated capsule consists of 19 designs spread across four products, including bedcovers, cushions, bolsters and throws, all produced in Portugal from 320GSM heavyweight, OEKO-TEX® certified linen. 


Loop & Tie

Handcrafted in a studio in North Yorkshire, the voluptuous bows from Loop & Tie are meticulously crafted using high-quality linens and cottons. You can also order from the year-round range or even go bespoke for a special occasion, such as a wedding. For this year’s festivities, we’re going all out with gold sequins…


Curio Ornamental Pears

Curio’s glass pears are some of the chicest ornaments we’ve seen of late. Designed to be displayed all year round, they’re especially lovely for Christmas. Every pear is individually handblown without the use of moulds, and therefore totally unique – plus, each one is strung with a beautiful velvet ribbon.


Host Home Candle Holders

With their curvaceous bows and flowing ribbons, Host’s playful new candleholders are big on charm. The perfect gift for a loved one – or yourself – the brand’s newest launch marries fun with sophistication, whether you choose to use them to punctuate a space as a single pair or creating drama by using many on one table. Designed in-house and carefully handmade by skilled artisans, they also come in silver.


Henry Holland Mirrors

As fashion designer-turned-ceramicist Henry Holland develops his technique, he continues to create larger scale pieces for the home. This new mirror collection celebrates the artistry of the nerikomi ceramic technique – forms and silhouettes from the tableware, vase and lighting collections have been re-scaled and re-imagined, while art-deco curves form a unique statement ceramic frame to surround  three new designs: Crescent, Lozenge and Floor.


Constant Candle Co. Christmas Collection

We featured the Constant Candle Co when it launched and a few years later, it’s still creating beautiful scented refillable wax pots. Right now, we’re loving La Rentree – the fragrantly spiced fruits combined with cardamon and citrus are perfect for Christmas. Alternatively, gift a friend the Christmas collection, which contains three bestselling Christmas scents (Winter, Noel and Joyeux) together with three wax tablet Christmas Decorations.


Sézane Lighting

When Les Composantes, the homeware range from Sézane, first launched, the lighting products weren’t available in the UK, but they now come with a UK-compliant electrical socket – and it was worth the wait. You can combine different sized bases and shades, which also come in different colours and finishes, so there are plenty of combinations to try.


Crown Works Pottery Open Studio

Crown Works Pottery is an independent pottery studio, workshop and teaching school in East London. Originally home to cabinetmakers and polishers, it’s now home to a community of creatives and artists.
This year, Crown Works will host their Open Studio on 9th and 10th December, showcasing 16 of the talented teachers who work and teach at the Pottery. The weekend will also be a chance to see and purchase from the new Crown Works Range created by Lucia Ocejo and Ervin Cirikovic.


De Rosee Sa Lacquer Collection

We’ve long been fans of interior design studio De Rosee Sa, so when we came across its lacquer furniture collection, we were sold. Introduce a bit of the studio’s aesthetic with their nest of tables. Not only are there two in a set, but they also come in three shades – Deep Red, Indian Yellow and Navy. Perfect for an end of sofa or even as a bedside table.


Studio Lodha Plates

Designed by Studio Lodha’s creative director and head of studio, Blandine de Navacelle, this elegant three-piece collection titled ‘Le Jardin Sauvage’ has been produced by world-famous Limoges porcelain house, Marie Daâge. It is the first range to launch under the studio’s name and is available exclusively via Bonadea, both online and in store on Pimlico Road. The collection is inspired by nature, and its wild shapes and formations. Intended to be layered or used as individual accent pieces, the collection features two dinner plates and a dessert plate, and every piece is hand painted by Marie Daâge, one of the world’s most celebrated porcelain artists.


Studio Atkinson Noughts & Crosses

The Noughts & Crosses collection was inspired by an antique bamboo dining table sourced by interior designer Susie Atkinson at a French market many years ago. It featured a cotton reel round base and contrasting crossed feet – a play on direction and contrast, which the new collection mimics through fluting and alternating wood grain. Every item in the collection is expertly crafted from oak and made by hand in the UK in a stunning bleached wood finish for a textured appearance that feels simple and natural.


Jemma Powell x Tusk at Thyme

During a recent visit to hotel Thyme in the Cotswolds, we were lucky enough to see a beautiful exhibition by British artist Jemma Powell in collaboration with Tusk, the international conservation charity. The Golden Thread, is inspired by founder and creative director of Thyme Caryn Hibbert’s, observations and writing of the migratory birdlife in the Water Meadow at the hotel, which travel between sub-Sahara Africa and the meadows. Powell’s work shines a light on the conservation efforts as she explores the connections between people, wildlife and the nature that surrounds them.

Cricket Fine Art at Thyme; until 7 January 2024

Visit JemmaPowell.com


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