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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From the vanity unit we’ve been waiting for to retro tableware and an eye-catching tile collaboration, the interiors world is brimming with new products and launches…
By Georgina Blaskey

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.

Studio Bust

Studio Bust was founded in 2021 by Mads Montagu-Andrews. Using innovative 3D scanning and printing technology with age-old casting and hand-finishing techniques, today the brand creates original and timeless objets d’art reflecting pivotal moments – be it a pregnancy or a milestone birthday – in women’s lives. The mini sculptures can be made in two materials, both available in three finishes.

Visit StudioBust.com

Memo Press

The new range of wrapping paper from Memo Press is seriously pretty. Designed by Alice Edwards, who set up Memo Press when she struggled to find the perfect paper and cards, her beautifully illustrated designs come in soft colours against a crisp white background. Team with coloured ribbons to complete the look.

Visit MemoPress.co.uk

Soho Home

On 8th August, Soho Home will launch a bathroom vanities range. Offering three styles of units in both single and double designs, alongside bathroom lighting, mirrors and accessories, this new collection will help fans recreate the look of a Soho House bathroom in their home for the first time. We love the Valerie Double with six generous drawers and beautifully carved marble backsplash.

Visit SohoHome.com

Maison Plan

What if there was an Uber for home repairs or a Deliveroo that came round and fixed things? That was the idea behind Maison Plan, a new homecare subscription service. From £28 a month, an in-house team of tradespeople will be available to fix dripping taps, stuck windows, wonky floorboards, damaged tiles and wobbly loo seats, but they can also help with bigger issues such as broken boilers, burst pipes, electrical malfunctions even pest infestations.

Visit MaisonPlan.com

Nina Campbell

Nina Campbell has opened a flagship London showroom. Showcasing a range of furniture, lighting and homeware, the space is a beautifully presented foray into Nina’s world. Divided up into homely spaces and well-presented vignettes, visitors will feel like they’re walking into a home designed by Nina herself. The space will also host seasonal exhibitions, events and workshops throughout the year.

Visit NinaCampbell.com

Mosaic Factory x Suzanne Sharp

Mosaic Factory and The Rug Company’s co-founder Suzanne Sharp have unveiled a tile collection that’s entirely handmade in Tangier, Morocco. The tiles are available in nine timeless designs in a series of unique colourways. Inspired by a childhood spent in Malta and Rome, and a deep understanding of colour and pattern, Suzanne’s designs are as captivating as they are functional.

Visit MosaicFactory.com

Tom Faulkner

Long admired for his showstopping designs, Tom Faulkner now has a range of marble-topped tables available to order from his Wiltshire workshop. From small side tables to dramatic consoles, there are plenty of styles to choose from – but it’s the range of European marble that really delivers. Simply choose your table style, metal finish and marble top – or visit the London showroom to pick from the selection yourself.

Visit TomFaulkner.co.uk


We discovered Sukun when we saw its Candy Cane bedlinen range last Christmas. Now its new Provence range has caught our eye. Made from buttery soft 400 thread count cotton sateen, the ruffled pillowcases with their subtle dusty print trim have been inspired by the romanticism of the south of France. All Sukun bedding is made using surplus factory fabric which has been woven and crafted by Sukun's partners in Pakistan.

Visit Sukun.co.uk

Casa by Josephine Jenno

Fresh from Casa by Josephine Jenno, these Poolside Gossip Glasses look like glass, but they’re made from methacrylate acrylic, so they won't shatter or smash if dropped. Ideal for outdoor summer dining, they come as a set of six with five colourways to choose from. Our favourites are the Translucent Green.

Visit CasaByJJ.com

Alfred Newall

Alfred Newall's latest Astra furniture collection takes its inspiration from the classical architecture of Holkham Hall in Norfolk, following a residency there last year. It encompasses four pieces – a shelving unit, console, side table and cabinet – featuring details such as reeding, fluting and turned solid oak legs. The collection is available in five historically inspired paint colours – Holkham Green, Cowslip Yellow, Dark Khaki, Georgian Blue and Slate – as well as eight stained wood finishes. Handmade in Alfred’s Sussex workshop, each piece can be made to specific measurements with an eight-to-ten-week lead time. 

Visit AlfredNewall.com


You might know Havwoods for flooring, but its new Elegante Veneers collection – first showcased at Clerkenwell Design Week – is intended to bring a new dimension to your home. These three-dimensional sheets, made from reconstituted Italian veneer, are offered in 12 colours, 15 shapes and three patterns (milled, ribbed and waved). From curved kitchen islands and feature walls to ceiling coverings and cabinetry, the sheets are extremely lightweight compared to their wood equivalent – resulting in a unique and flexible solution that can be tailored to suit the project. The Elegante Veneer collection starts from £190 per square metre.

Visit Havwoods.com

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