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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From Easter table accessories to the latest in sustainable décor, the interiors world is as busy as ever. Here are the new launches and events you need to know about in March…
By Georgina Blaskey

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Laura Stephens x Bombay Sprout

Award-winning interior designer Laura Stephens and rug studio Bombay Sprout have teamed up to create a bespoke collection of hand-woven jute rugs  – all of which have been sustainably and respectfully crafted by artisans in northern India. The capsule collection of five designs is a joyful juxtaposition of colour and pattern, and features decorative borders inspired by 19th-century antique ribbons sourced by the designers. From feminine pinks and sky-blue waves to timeless stripes and whimsical botanical motifs, these rugs will work with both traditional and contemporary interiors.

Visit BombaySprout.com

Blithfield ‘Eden’ Collection

Fabric and wallpaper company Blithfield is committed to small-batch production and the preservation of traditional craftsmanship. Its latest collection, Eden, features eight considered designs, including print, woven and embroidery, each in several colourways. Hana, Mifflin Stripe, Springfield, Camden and Portland were created using a mix of hand-block printing and screen printing onto high-quality, natural linen ground cloth. These sit alongside a chenille weave, Webster, and a textural rustic weave, Casper. The line-up is completed by the collection’s namesake, Eden – a whimsical embroidered motif available in three colourways.

Visit Blithfield.co.uk 

Addison Ross 'Chinoiserie' Collection

Florals and colour are having a resurgence and tableware is one of the most affordable ways to lean into both trends. Luxe homeware brand Addison Ross has released a Chinoiserie collection spanning a range of stunning pieces, including salt or pepper mills and grinders, placemats, LED candles, trays and photo frames. 

Visit AddisonRoss.com 

Carolina Irving & Daughters x Remy Renzullo

In collaboration with Anglo-American interior designer and friend, Remy Renzullo, the Irvings have created a collection of handmade ceramics. The art-inspired range comprises dinner and dessert plates, bowls and serving platters. Hand painted in Portugal, each style is inspired by 18th and 19th ceramics, predominantly French and English, which the Irvings and Renzullo have collected over the past two years. 

Visit CI-Daughters.com

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Polène Les Mains

We've long been fans of Polène's bags. Not wishing any of its premium leather to go to waste, the brand has launched 'Les Mains', a collaborative upcycling project that highlights the contemporary vision of artists and artisans by entrusting them with the repurposing of leather off-cuts to create original works of art. For this second chapter, Polène has commissioned French designer Wendy Andreu to create a two-coloured mirror in a limited edition of 200 numbered and signed pieces, all produced in her Paris workshop.

Visit  UK.Polene-Paris.com 

Hotel Chateau D’Eau

You can always count on Paris-based Touriste hotel group to create incredible interiors. Previous properties have showcased the flamboyant design of the most popular young designers of the day,  from Luke Edward Hall’s Hotel Les Deux Gares to Beata Heuman’s Hotel de la Boetie. Now, it’s launched Hotel Chateau d’Eau, designed by French design duo Necchi Architecture, who drew upon cultural references such as Studio 54 and Serge Gainsbourg.

Visit HotelChateauDeau.com

Fermoie 'Maple' & 'Ticking' Collection

New for SS24 from fabric house Fermoie are these two collections – Maple and Ticking. Maple is inspired by gentle strolls through ancient woodland close to Fermoie’s HQ in rural Wiltshire, while Ticking is a playful, contemporary take on a traditional woven stripe. Each design comes in 15 colourways and, if you’re looking for an instant update, each collection also includes four new cushions.

Visit Fermoie.com

Pringle & Pringle Lighting

Interior design studio Pringle & Pringle now has a lighting range. Each ceramic lamp begins its life as clay, dug out of the ground in Devon, Cornwall, Wales or Staffordshire. It is then handmade in England from start to finish, using traditional methods of craftsmanship – from creating the moulds to pouring, casting and finally glazing. The studio has also released a range of cushions, each handmade from remnant fabric.

Visit PringleAndPringle.co.uk


London Design Week x SheerLuxe

We’re excited to be hosting a masterclass at this year's London Design Week at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. Our senior homes and interiors editor Georgina Blaskey will be joined by designers Nicola Harding, founder of Nicola Harding & Co; Bee Osborn, founder of Osborn Interiors; and Scarlett Hessian, founder of Studio Hessian to share tips on how to translate your personal style into spaces so they reflect who you are. Join them at 2.30pm on 14th March in the Arteriors showroom.

Visit DCCH.co.uk 


Christa Botha and Carla Erasmus first bonded in Cape Town in 2014, united by their joint love of travel and background in fine arts. With a shared sense of wanderlust and an appreciation of beauty, it wasn’t long before they decided to establish an independent, female-run furniture and lighting studio in South Africa. Some of Bofred's pieces are finally available to purchase in the UK via SL favourite Hadeda. 

Visit Hadeda.co.uk

Six The Residence

This season's brown trend is only gaining momentum – the latest drop from SL-favourite Six The Residence is full of chocolate and latte tones. Spanning materials such as leather, velvet and wood, we suggest layering the various hues for a luxe look.

Visit SixTheResidence.co.uk

Maison Margaux x Fortnum & Mason

Maison Margaux has popped up at Fortnum & Mason. During the six-week residency, Fortnum will host a tablescaping workshop with Maison Margaux founders Louisa Preskett Mobbs and Victoria Latreuille. The creative minds behind the brand will also run a ‘Meet The Curator’ event, details of which will be shared on Fortnum’s website. The Fortnum & Mason edit of the Maison Margaux spring collection will also be available to buy in store, including signature printed linens, tableware and accessories.

Visit FortnumAndMason.com & MaisonMargauxltd.com 

James Hare Braids

Fabric designer James Hare has launched an innovative new service – bespoke braid paper backing. Nearly all trims and braids can be paper backed (as can most of the fabric collection) to create stunning, textural borders, framing walls and doors to add interest, colour and pattern to a scheme. Check out the latest passementerie brochure, which includes a new collection of braids, piping, ribbons, drops and fringes.

Visit James-Hare.com 

Piglet In Bed Wallpaper

Known for its fresh take on heritage-inspired designs, archival prints and a wide array of colours, bedding brand Piglet in Bed has just unveiled its first collection of wallpaper. Working alongside The Design Library and Susanna Samson Design – two exclusive vintage print libraries – the collective has brought several archival prints to life, reimagining heritage prints for a range of contemporary spaces. 

Visit PigletInBed.com 

Issy Granger Breakfast Collection

Homeware designer Issy Granger has launched her first breakfast collection. Inspired by the silhouette of a circus tent, the cheerful, hand-painted butter dishes and egg cups in yellow, red and blue will add a playful touch to any table. Making their way straight out of Issy’s sketchbook, each piece is designed to pair beautifully with Issy’s existing range of linen napkins, tablecloths, glassware and candlesticks.

Visit IssyGranger.com

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