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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From fashion brands extending into homeware to exciting contemporary and traditional lighting launches, there’s plenty to celebrate in the interiors world right now.
By Georgina Blaskey

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By TiMo

Norwegian fashion brand byTiMo is launching its inaugural interior collection. Taking inspiration from founder Tine Mollatt’s personal vintage and antique collection, the range will include upholstered furniture, tables and benches made of sustainable mango wood, as well as ceramics, lamp shades, room dividers and, of course, soft textiles in a range of shapes and colours. 

Visit ByTiMo.com

Alice Palmer 

New from one of our favourite lampshade makers is a beautifully detailed wallpaper collection. Inspired by a vintage fabric Alice used for one of her first lampshades, the collection makes use of Indian block printing techniques and English Arts & Crafts floral patterns. Plus, the colours pay homage to those typically seen on Suzani cushions from Uzbekistan.

Visit AlicePalmer.co 

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Carolina Irving & Daughters

Caroline Irving & Daughters makes art-inspired tableware and is now planning to add to its range of ceramics with The Antheia Collection. Designed by textile connoisseur Carolina with the help of her daughters Olympia and Ariadne, the collection features elegant bud vases and candle holders inspired by Ottoman shapes and Ancient Greek pottery. The modern range is designed to be mixed and matched. 

Visit CI-Daughters.com

Fee Greening x Balineum

In its latest artist collaboration, Balineum has translated the work of UK-based illustrator Fee Greening into a collection of 12 tiles. Each motif references nature, be it the flora or fauna outside her home in the English country, or elements like the sun and snake, which represent Fee’s fascination with medieval documents. Tiles are offered in 126mm x 126mm squares and are handcrafted in the UK. 

Visit Balineum.co.uk 

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Gabriel Scott

Contemporary lighting and furniture studio Gabriel Scott was founded by Canadian Scott Richler, in an effort to blend his design experience in architecture, fashion and bespoke furniture. While working as an architect, Scott was often tasked with specifying high-end custom furniture for clients and realised there was a market for bespoke, contemporary and customisable furniture and lighting fixtures. Celebrity clients include Drake and Kylie Jenner, and we love the Myriad 12 design.

Visit Gabriel-Scott.com

Charles Orchard

Launching a range of natural bamboo furniture was a logical progression for Charles Orchard, as it added to his existing collections of Asian-inspired rattan and lacquer pieces. After decades of living in Indonesia, with a heightened awareness of all things sustainable, the harsh reality of deforestation was a core driving force in the production of this ethical range. We love the pastel paint finishes of the new designs, and the Linwood fabric.

Visit CharlesOrchard.com


DROOL is an online destination offering unique contemporary art prints and posters. Founder Alex Liepman – a graphic designer – quickly noticed a lack of representation when decorating his own flat, and after asking around, he found plenty of people felt the same. Collaborating with some of today’s most exciting and vibrant young creatives, the platform now offers a carefully curated selection of alternative and contemporary art, with fair artist commissions and sustainability at its heart.

Visit DROOL-art.com

Matthew Williamson x John Lewis

Inspired by the British countryside, Matthew Williamson wants his latest collection to bring joy to every corner of the home through the power of bold colours and eye-catching patterns. Starting at £17, the latest drop includes an extensive range of homeware, such as cushions, bedding, towels, throws, lamps, curtains, upholstery, rugs and mirrors. We love the blown glass lamp with its swirling teal tones.

Visit JohnLewis.com

Issy Granger x Cressida Jamieson

Homeware designer Issy Granger has collaborated with renowned embroiderer Cressida Jamieson to create a bespoke and beautifully designed linen collection, putting a new spin on Issy’s classic double-piped linen napkins. Made from garment-dyed linen to ensure a soft feel and a naturally creased look, the pieces can now be lovingly embroidered by Cressida with a memorable date, name or initial. A great housewarming gift. 

Visit IssyGranger.com 

YOOX x Chris Glass

Objects of Matter is a new collection from YOOX, curated by interior designer, writer and model Chris Glass – a regular collaborator with Soho House. The new range of objects and art includes brands like Paboy Bojang, Visual Citizens, Bouchra Boudoua, Viso Project and Githan Coopoo, and is designed to open up a dialogue with younger generations about design and art that promotes empowerment and inclusion.

Visit Yoox.com

Philippa Jeffrey

Philippa Jeffrey studied fine art at Leeds University before moving to London where she worked in fashion at Condé Nast. After having children, Philippa returned to her roots as an artist, now painting out of her Oxfordshire studio. Using botanical prints as a starting point, Philippa has developed a unique visual language, celebrating layers of colour, pattern and mark making – and she also frames some of her work in fun, striped fabric frames.

Visit Philippa-Jeffrey.com

Inchyra x Imogen Pope

Caroline Inchyra has collaborated with London-based maker Imogen Pope to create an exclusive range of classic small lampshades. Each shade is handmade and combines the pretty frilled-edge design that made Imogen Pope famous with a selection of Inchyra’s pure natural linens. Pair one with a traditional base for a classic look, or pop it onto of a lacquered bobbin base for a more playful take.

Visit Inchyra.com

Jessica Russell Flint

Specialising in hand-illustrated statement silk pieces, fashion designer Jessica Russell Flint's quirky designs have translated easily from wardrobe to home – and in the same vibrant way the brand has become known for. With a range of items for the home on offer, including cushions, silk pillowcases, napkins and umbrellas, we love the diamond table linen for a crisp pop of colour.

Visit JessicaRussellFlint.co.uk

NEST New York 

The latest candle from NEST New York is called Midnight Moss & Vetiver, full of earthy, woody aromas and featuring notes of wild tree moss, crushed patchouli leaves, vetiver and a hint of bergamot. In honour of founder Laura Slatkin's son David – who is impacted by autism – NEST is donating 5% from each product sold internationally until 31st December 2023 to NEXT for AUTISM, a non-profit organisation launched by Laura that will mark its 20th anniversary this year.

Visit NextForAutism.org

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