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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From stylish marble stools to oversized table linens, the interiors world is brimming with creative ideas and new launches right now…
By Georgina Blaskey

Artemis Deco

Artemis Deco was founded by husband-and-wife team Maja and Toby in Maja’s parents’ kitchen, which was bursting with beautiful ceramics they’d collected on their travels. Today, Maja and Toby work with local artisans to produce collections that create the same sense of nostalgia. The latest is a striped ceramic collection called ‘Vacanza’, carefully crafted in a small hill town in the Italian region of Umbria. 

Visit ArtemisDeco.com


Marbera is based in Paris and makes its pieces in Italy. Inspired by founder Laura Torregrossa’s passion for transforming precious natural stones into unique furniture and objects, the brand was launched in 2020. Its Dolce stool has caught our eye – the polished outer shell brings out the natural beauty of the stone, while a comfortable cushion is integrated in the base but is easily removed for cleaning.

Visit Marbera-Studio.com

The Fine Bedding Company

As the warmer weather arrives, you probably want to spend more time outdoors – but this doesn’t mean you have to compromise on comfort. The Fine Bedding Company's Night Owl Collection comprises an outdoor duvet, sleeping bag and coverless duvet options, so there’s something for every member of the family – whether you’re planning a proper glamping trip or just a sleepover in the garden.

Visit FineBedding.co.uk


Uashmama is a family run business based on the principles of innovation, functionality and sustainability. The brand promotes intentional living through its eco-sustainable products – all of which are conceived, designed and made in Tuscany. The ice cube wine chiller is a tabletop must-have while the paper bags are a rustic way to serve and store fruit and bread.

Visit UashmamaUK.com

Issy Granger

Issy’s colourful and playful style is reflected in her beautiful and eclectic summer pieces. Recent additions include these stunning swirl glasses and bright carafes. Make these contemporary yet classic designs your go-to for a picnic or Wimbledon watching party. 

Visit IssyGranger.com


Based in Marrakesh, Morocco, LRNCE is a lifestyle brand that focuses on handmade ceramics and textiles, as well as ready to wear. Founded by Belgian Laurence Leenaert, it aims to create one-of-a-kind pieces that use local materials and reflect Moroccan craftsmanship, while empowering the local community and creating strong bonds with the artisans on the ground. We love the Amouage chair – it's made of wrought-iron in an off-white and sand colour, which has been designed and handmade in the city.

Visit LRNCE.com

Little Greene

Little Greene’s range of paints has passed a certification process which means its finishes are officially free from all dangerous and toxic ingredients. Not only are they suitable and safe to use on walls, woodwork and floors, they can even be used on cots and wooden children’s toys. Choose from flat, chalky, ‘Absolute Matt Emulsion’, tough and washable ‘Intelligent Matt Emulsion’, supremely resilient low-sheen ‘Intelligent Eggshell’, the high-sheen ‘Intelligent Gloss’, durable and elegant ‘Intelligent Satinwood’ and fast-drying ‘Intelligent Floor Paint’. 

Visit LittleGreene.com

Objet Luxe

Redefining sustainable luxury by combining exquisite craftsmanship with the most beautiful natural materials, this range of hand-crafted decorative objects includes napkin rings, place-card holders and mother-of-pearl plates, bowls and bespoke centre pieces. Perfect presents for weddings, milestone birthdays and thank-you gifts, the collection also features glass jars with decorative lids. 

Visit ObjetLuxe.com 

The Supper House

New on our radar is tableware brand The Supper House. We especially like its linen napkins. Measuring in at a generous 50 x 50cm, and featuring a wave motif down one side, they could also work as a statement placemat. There are currently three colours to choose from: dusty pink, sage green and natural (£38 for a set of four). 

Visit The-Supper-House-Shop.com 


PIX is the newest piece from Scandinavian rug brand Pappelina. Designed and produced in Sweden, every rug is made using certified phthalate-free PVC ribbon and woven on traditional looms. Characterised by high quality, versatility and colourful patterns and designs, Pappelina rugs are appropriate for indoor and outdoor use. 

Visit Pappelina.com 


Looking to keep the price of your home renovation down? Rehome is a marketplace for used kitchens, bathrooms and bedroom joinery that need to find a new lease of life. Save up to 80% on pieces from kitchen brands such as Martin Moore, Smallbone of Devizes and Tom Howley.

Visit Rehome.co.uk

Studio Atkinson

Studio Atkinson has introduced three new pieces into its range of British-made furniture, all of which is created with materiality, quality and craftmanship at its core. The perfect fit as an end-of-the-bed stool, the Sassy Bench works equally well in a bathroom or hallway, or as extra seating in a living room. The design structure is tailored yet playful, suiting both traditional and contemporary settings. There’s also the Breakfast Bench and Sidney Side Table to add to your wish list.

Visit Studio-Atkinson.com

Salvesen Graham

Salvesen Graham’s ‘Floral Trail’ print takes its inspiration from an archive textile design originally handpainted in France in the early 1800s. Also, part of the collection is the Zig Zag - used most recently to line the walls of the new Rixo store in London, it’s since been translated into fabric to match. You can now shop cushions, bolsters and gathered shades in the same iconic print.

Visit SalvesenGraham.com

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