Anna + Nina
The latest drop from this Amsterdam-based shop includes a range of coastal-themed crockery. We love the ceramic shell platter and bowl, in chic blue and white. Perfect to bring a touch of the seaside to your table.
The double Buttermere vanity unit from bathroom designer Drummonds combines timeless, classic design with luxe appeal. Every element is made using a traditional manufacturing process – while the legs are cast in brass and the top is slip cast from fine china clay. A beautiful feature that will never date.
The new Fermoie website is designed to take the guesswork out of selecting fabrics by showing every design and colourway upholstered on a sofa or chair, and made up as curtains. With over 400 samples to choose from, multiple design options are only a click away.
Trained architect and home expert, Michelle Ogundehin, offers step-by-step advice for making the most of what you have, whether your space is owned or rented, large or small, and regardless of budget. Expect intelligent, practical advice on how to create a home you truly love.
London-based artist and designer Laetita Rouget has designed a new range of small gifts including plates, artworks, cards and napkins, with 50% of the sales going directly to the NHS Charities. Inspired by the themes of social distancing, and in keeping with Laetitia's playful house-style, the range includes slogans such as 'No Snogging Allowed' and 'Keep Your Distance'.
Lick Home is a one-of-a-kind service delivering paint, wallpaper and decorating supplies direct to your door. Video consultations with colour specialists will provide you with expert advice, while customers can enjoy free delivery of wallpaper and paint samples to test out colours at home.
London-based floral studio Kitten Grayson Flowers has launched a new weekly delivery service. Choose from two different arrangements each week: ‘Bacchus’ is made up of rich and deep tones, while the ‘Apollo’ features gentler whites and sunny hues. Each bouquet is made up of the freshest seasonal flowers from Heckfield Place, the Hampshire-based hotel where the team has been working since 2018. The arrangements start from £60, with £5 from every bunch being donated to NHS appeals.
Munro and Kerr
Marbling is a growing trend and Munro and Kerr is quickly becoming our go-to brand. Born out of a passion for geometric patterns, fabrics and beautiful interiors, founder Alexandra John offers affordable, luxury handmade lampshades made entirely by hand in her south east London studio. Choose from ready-to-buy designs or a bespoke service.
Affordable art platform Partnership Editions has announced a series of free virtual art masterclasses. Classes include Botanical Drawing with Julianna Byrne; When Life Gives You Lemons – Freeing Up Your Hand and Mind with Jessica Yolanda Kaye; How to Make Your Own Sketchbook with Isabelle Hayman and Draw the Rooms of Your Home – a series of classes with Rose Electra Harris.
The Great Indoors
The Great Indoors podcast is a celebration of all things interiors, with a healthy dose of advice from the industry’s top names. In each episode, TV presenter and designer Sophie Robinson, alongside best-selling author and journalist Kate Watson-Smyth, guide you through all the top trends and hottest topics in interior design.
Beginning this month, Londoners now have access to The Sette’s curated selection of bespoke and pre-designed table settings, sourced from around the world by co-founders Cloe Bueso and Sophie Elliott. Pre-designed settes, which can be delivered to your door, include a full place setting for every guest and feature an eclectic mix of printed napkins and tablecloths, raffia placemats, scallop-edged plates, and more.
Tory Burch x Robert Kime
Having admired Robert Kime’s work for many years, Tory Burch has now launched a collaboration with the British design legend, inspired by a trip the pair took together to Japan. The Nava collection of fabrics and wallpapers incorporates elements of the natural world – think cherry blossoms, butterflies, birds, and bamboo in shades of indigo, Japan’s universal colour.
Fabric house Wicklewood has created a new capsule collection based on the rainbows millions of children across the world are placing in their windows as a symbol of hope, kindness and solidarity. The brand will be donating 25% of proceeds from these colourful cushions to the NHS Charities Together Campaign, supporting healthcare staff and volunteers caring for Covid-19 patients.
Design Havens for Heroes
Set up two weeks ago by interior designer Francesca Rowan-Plowden, Design Havens for Heroes is a new charitable initiative which sees interior designers and suppliers donate their services or product towards creating a "thank you" room makeover for NHS workers – once lockdown is over – who can be nominated by friends, family and colleagues on Instagram. Top interior designers such as Kate Guinness, Fiona Duke, Henry Prideaux and Julia Alexander are all involved, as well as big name suppliers including Colefax & Fowler, Sanderson, William Yeoward, The Little Greene Paint Company, Edward Bulmer Paints, Farrow & Ball, Blithfield, Neptune, The Design Archives, Tom Dixon, De Gournay and Sofa.com. Finally, a raft of smaller businesses including Zoe Glencross, Anna Jacobs, Susan Deliss, and Divine Savages are all pitching in, too.