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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From the latest launches to the hottest collections, SL’s senior homes & interiors editor, Georgina Blaskey, rounds up everything going on in the interiors world this month
By Georgina Blaskey

Balu Glassware

Launching today, Balu’s new glassware collection joins the sold-out Ripple Duo glasses which dropped last November. Each piece is meticulously handblown by skilled artisans, ensuring that every glass is one-of-a-kind. Perfect for al fresco dining, or as wedding gifts, these new pieces will be the talking point of the table.

Visit BaluLondon.co.uk

Boura & White

Frustrated with the lack of well-priced, high-quality furniture available in the market, Boura & White was founded by Abi Boura and Katie White. Their collection includes five sofa designs, all of which can be tailored for size, augmented with a loose or fixed cover, fitted with a pelmet or frill and is available with a choice of legs. Also, look out for chairs, headboards and footstools. 

Follow @BouraAndWhite on Instagram


Carolina Irving & Daughters

Co-founder Carolina Irving and her daughters, Olympia and Ariadne, have turned to friends for their latest inspiration. The new collection draws on Mediterranean influences that epitomise the essence of summer dining. Celebrating the joy of living and time spent with loved ones, the collections are affectionately named Bertie and Elizabeth. The design for the Bertie collection was born when Carolina stumbled upon an ancient Apulian fish ceramic dish whilst travelling through the Peloponnese islands. The Elizabeth collection, in contrast, radiates femininity and elegance with floral and delicate designs. 

Visit CI-Daughters.com

Charlotte Manser Ceramics

This British, independent ceramics brand comes with a modern aesthetic. Each piece is hand-thrown in Charlotte’s rural studio – a nearly 3,000 sq ft barn overlooking the Oxfordshire countryside – and designed to celebrate the simple moments of every day. Charlotte’s work is instantly recognisable by its simplistic forms and rich, evocative glazes in vivid hues of blues, greens and earthy pinks. With sustainability at the core of the brand, all products are made using local materials, in small batches and with low waste and plastic processes. 

Visit CharlotteManserCeramics.com

Torres Novas

Portugal has long been associated with textiles, and Torres Novas is one of its oldest and most prestigious brands, having passed through generations since 1845. All products are made in Portugal by artisans and manufacturers that the brand has partnered with over the decades, and the range includes the most stunning bed linens, bath and beach towels in an array of colours and designs. You’ll also find a gorgeous baby and kids range that expertly blends traditional craftsmanship with the latest in modern techniques.  

Visit TorresNovas.co.uk

Kitani London

Born out of a deep-seated passion for wellness, sustainable clothing, homeware and conscious living, Kitani intertwines the essence of wellness and sustainability into its homeware and clothing collections. Rooted in the belief that nature and mindful living are interconnected, it curates an experience that’s designed to nurture your home, mind and body. Offering wildlife motifs and subtle patterns on table linens, we love the pretty designs in the Warrior Beetle collection.

Visit KitaniLondon.com

Plia Parasols

Last summer, Alex Sudron found her Instagram feed full of photos of colourful beach parasols at the luxury hotels of the Amalfi Coast in Italy, and at the glamorous, pop-up beach clubs of the French Riviera. To find out if they could work for London gardens, she spent months researching beautiful fabrics – and the result is Plia Parasols, where customers can select their own fabric and have it made into a bespoke parasol. Everything is handmade in Cornwall within a couple of weeks.

Visit PliaParasols.co.uk

Studio HÁM

The Classics Collection by Studio HÁM is a series of decorative furniture designed by the sibling duo Tom and Kate Cox. The designs stem from their extensive decorating knowledge at HÁM interiors. They've created useful pieces that serve practical purposes and will add layers of texture, colour, and playful elements to a home. Ten unique designs include chairs, side tables, a chest of drawers, a bench, a vanity, a wardrobe, a mirror and a decorative tray. Finishes include textured hand-painting, natural wood, limed or smoked wood options. Drawing inspiration from antiques they've loved or items they've collected on their travels, Tom and Kate have combined their tastes and signature light-hearted touch in a collection designed to withstand changing tastes and trends.

Visit StudioHAM.co.uk

The Design Choice

With a love of quality and innovative furniture, lighting and home décor, founder Andrea Guarino has 12 years of experience as an interior designer. His ethos for The Design Choice is ‘buy today, keep forever’, and many of the items listed are pieces he has bought himself and tried and tested in his own home. Andrea selects pieces that will appeal to a wide range of people, from Scandinavian style to Italian chic, all with clean lines and made with the utmost quality in mind.

Visit TheDesignChoice.com

Tess Newall x Create Academy

British decorative artist Tess Newall is the name-to-know among the interiors crowd for hand-painted murals on ceilings and walls. Her skill extends to furniture and lampshades too, and now for the first time ever, she’s sharing her expertise with the launch of her first online course. In ‘An Introduction To Decorative Painting’ Tess shares her secrets for the first time, with a range of step-by-step projects suited to beginners, as well as those looking to develop their existing creative skills.

Visit CreateAcademy.com

Christy x Wimbledon

The cult Wimbledon Championships towel, renowned for being draped across the shoulders of tennis champions like Carlos Alcaraz and the Williams sisters, is getting a new look for 2024. Christy has been the official towel supplier for 37 years and this year, the towel has been redesigned from landscape to portrait, and features tHe silhouettes of players ‘in play’. As well as coming in the traditional green and purple colourway, look out for 2024's hyacinth and lavender combination. Plus, Christy is introducing a limited-edition run of Wimbledon bathroom towels, including the ‘Logo Towel’ and the ‘Ace Towel’.

Visit Christy.co.uk

The Jacksons

For more than ten years, Louise Jackson has built an enduring partnership with a small independent organisation in rural Bangladesh that supports women to use their traditional skills to produce beautiful items made from natural macrame jute. The Jacksons at Home continues the story with a new collection of hand embroidered, raw cotton table linen and handcrafted homewares that showcase the expertise of these talented artisans. Designed to take you to a warm and sunny place, dining al fresco with friends under blue skies, amid wildflowers and honeysuckle, we love the floral motifs. 

Visit TheJacksons.co.uk

Tallow & Ash

New laundry brand to know, Tallow & Ash, has created a range of fragrance-inspired laundry shampoo and conditioners that are great for your skin and the planet. Co-founded by Ciara, whose family history of sensitive skin inspired her mission to create safe and effective laundry solutions, Tallow & Ash is committed to transforming the mundane task of laundry into an enjoyable experience – it’s Ciara belief that a task we do so often shouldn't have to mean we settle for boring scents, ugly bottles, and toxic chemicals.

Visit Tallow-Ash.com


Meaning 'woven' in French, Tressé was founded by siblings Ketzia and Sivan Chétrite with the aim of creating a tapestry of their shared childhood memories and nostalgic travels. Their vision is communicated through a series of 'suitcases' – curated collections of clothing and decorative objects, each inspired by a different destination. This summer, the collection is called Valise d'Italie, a sensory journey through the iconic towns of Italy – from the free-spirited lemon and rosebud motifs found in Venetian gardens to the sun-faded palette of the south. 

Visit Tresse-Paris.com


COAT x House Nine

Building on the significant success of its Neutrals Collection, House Nine has collaborated again with Coat Paints on the ‘Green Collection’. This instalment, which is the second of a three-part series with Climate Positive paint company Coat, brings House Nine’s signature nature-based colour palette to life, offering shades that will enhance the warmth and comfort of any home. Available in three sophisticated green hues— ‘Next Tuesday’, ‘Jojo’s Green’, ‘Rocky’ – each shade has been thoughtfully created to enhance your space with a touch of serene, natural beauty.

Visit COATPaints.com

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