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New from luxury online retailer Invisible Collection is ClubRoom. Bridging the worlds of style, design, vintage and curiosities, ClubRoom will give customers access to incredible pieces, including one-off collaborations and exclusive drops, with each piece immediately shoppable and carefully selected by the Invisible Collection founders: Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, Anna Zaoui and Lily Froehlicher.
Tavola – the homeware brand from cookbook author Skye McAlpine – has just launched the Daisy collection. Handmade in Italy, the range features a dinner plate, side plate, tumbler and vase. Each piece is designed to blend the simplicity of nature with the sophistication of contemporary design. Perfect to elevate the everyday.
When Olivia O’Reilly was looking for a creative outlet on maternity leave – as well as good faux flowers – Fauxquet was born. Believing that weekly fresh bouquets are too expensive and require too much maintenance, she set out to create a collection offering a range of beautifully realistic luxury faux flowers and hand-tied arrangements, all of which change seasonally.
Wall Of Art
Wall Of Art offers a curated collection of pieces from inspiring creators from around the world. Should you find yourself in Stockholm, give yourself time to visit the stylish showroom and make a new discovery – failing that, the website is full of fascinating artists and their stories. Prices start from £34, and there’s a wide range of frames to choose from as well.
Celebrating ‘la dolce vita’ is what Once Milano is all about. Its new range of handmade Italian linen tablecloths and napkins – plain, fringe-trimmed macrame, rolled edge – celebrate the best of Veneto craftsmanship. Each piece of linen is hand sewn and dyed. To ensure the pieces don’t lose their shape, the fabrics are also hand cut to create the kind of effect that’s impossible to achieve with machines.
If you love home tours, the WOW!house at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, will be right up your street. Here, the most inspiring interior designer names – some new, some established – have teamed up with some of the industry’s best brands to create room sets you can walk through, touch and admire. Henry Prideaux’s kitchen with Martin Moore is a standout, while Lucy Barlow’s bathroom with Drummonds is full of her quintessential humour.
Art for Charity Pop-Up
If you find yourself in the Cotswolds, the Art for Charity Collective will be showing some striking pieces at its Tetbury pop-up. Look out for work by artists including Grace Green, Bayard Hollins and Rosa Roberts. Kate Guinness also has a selection of new hand-painted Indian lamp bases, cushions and handmade furniture available, while Amy Kent will be selling her new range of ready-to-buy rugs alongside Lucy Kent’s beautiful contemporary landscapes.
Raj Tent Club x V&A
The latest collection of tents, pergolas, deckchairs, sunshades and cushions from Raj Tent Club is in collaboration with the V&A. Tapping into designs from the museum’s archives, there are two patterns available – Chinoiserie and Clematis – both chosen to add a little something extra to summer garden parties. The beautiful Chinoiserie fabric is on a vibrant aquamarine background while Clematis prints are offered in powder blue or sage green.
Colours of Arley x Jess Alavi-Ellis
For its first vintage drop, Colours of Arley has given a selection of time-worn furniture a new lease of life in collaboration with designer and creator Jess Alavi-Ellis. Sourced from markets and originally made by skilled craftspeople, the collection features bold and unusual shapes which have been lovingly restored in London. Everything has been upholstered using Colours of Arley recycled weave and recycled smooth velvet fabrics, which are made from bottles that have been diverted from landfill.
Those successful Bobbin grinders have a new little sister. Addison Ross’s Chubbie design is in that signature lacquer finish the brand is does so well. There are different colourways available this time and we’re loving the soft yellow and grey duo. Whereas the bobbin is perfect in the kitchen, this refined style sits well on the dining table.
Partner In Wine
Lucy Hitchcock is the founder of Partner in Wine – which has recently launched The Everything Picnic Blanket. Following the success of her insulated bottle and tumbler range, Lucy has taken things to the next level by introducing a pink striped blanket that comes with a secret zip pocket to keep your valuables out of sight, four gold pegs to secure each corner and an easy carry strap for convenient transportation. Plus, it’s water (and wine) resistant.
Summerill & Bishop x Beaverbrook
The signature Queen of Hearts collection from Summerill & Bishop has landed – via hot air balloon – at Beaverbrook’s Surrey hotel. Dine in the property’s Italian Garden within your own classic air balloon basket, which can seat up to four guests for a Japanese fine dining experience. Tablescaping fans will be delighted to see the ‘Love Is In The Air’ theme extends to the placemats and linens, which you can purchase from the hotel shop.
Aller x Anthropologie
We’ve long admired the huts designed by the talented Cat Earp of Aller Dorset. Now she’s refreshed the original two huts in collaboration with Anthropologie. In celebration of British summertime and outdoor entertaining, expect an assortment of tabletop accessories, outdoor furniture, summer barware and soft furnishings featuring designer collaborations only available at Anthropologie, such as Matilda Goad, Florence Mytum, Pernille Rosenkilde and Business & Pleasure.