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

What’s New In Interiors This Month

From the lighting range we’ve been waiting for to the furniture collection that screams cosy nights in, the interiors world is brimming with new products and launches right now…
By Georgina Blaskey

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Pooky x CC

Pooky has teamed up with Collaborative Craft Projects on a selection of handwoven pendants crafted by female artisans in Zimbabwe from sustainably grown and locally harvested Ilala palm. With four designs to choose from, when not in use, it hangs like a delicate artistic piece. Available from 6th September.


Six The Residence

Six The Residence has dropped the first pieces from its new collection, which takes its lead from the design aesthetics of the 1970s, while maintaining a contemporary edge. Introducing playful pieces like a Chrome Side Table and the Bouclé Pouffe With Fringe, co-founder Daisy Brown says the upholstered pieces take their inspiration from autumn textures and colours – think camel hues and mohair fabrics.


Farrow & Ball x Christopher John Rogers

Launching on 7th September, Carte Blanche is a new decorating collection created by American designer Christopher John Rogers and Farrow & Ball. Inspired by childhood memories of food and family, the palette consists of four neutrals, eight statement shades and three wallpaper prints, all of which can be combined to add some of that unmistakable Christopher John Rogers style to your home.


Mix My Scent

Thanks to Mix My Scent and its library of fragranced candles, you can now create your own bespoke home fragrance. There are five ‘Primary’ candles to choose from, all of which offer a broad palette of fragrance combinations. Simply burn another one alongside it to create a scent that’s specific to you and your space.


Henry Holland

We’ve long been fans of Henry Holland Studio’s swirling ceramics which, until now, have only been available in green or blue with white. Now available in pink and white, choose from accent bowls, ‘dumbbell’ candlesticks, slender vases and serving bowls. We think the salt pig has our name on it.


In Casa By Paboy

Full of the usual vibrant hues and bold designs, the latest towel range from In Casa by Paboy is guaranteed to elevate your beach or bath experience. From deep blues to a bright yellow, the collection is a kaleidoscope of shades – and each pieces is finished with a double-sided contrasting coloured ruffle.


Vinterior Resale

Vinterior is a go-to for stylish vintage furniture and accessories, but until now, you could only buy from professional dealers and shops. Now, with the launch of its Resale platform, it’s easier than ever to not only buy, but also sell your own pre-owned pieces. Think of this as the easy way to give your pieces a new lease of life.


Sassy Hardwick

Combining art with interiors, artist Sarah Payne (known as Sassy Hardwick) has created her first lighting collection. Using sculptural figures, unique shapes and tactile burnished finishes – as well as plaster, bronze and pewter – she designs and makes the pieces herself and uses small local businesses for reproductions which she hand-finishes herself. Look out for the next drop later this year, which will include chandeliers.



Loved for its super-soft blankets that come in an array of beautiful colours and prints, TBCo (The Tartan Blanket Company) has now branched out into home accessories. Alongside a range of bold cushions with scalloped edges and chequerboard prints, there’s also an eye-catching collection of placemats and coasters perfect for adding texture and interest to a table setting.


Atelier Raff

Available with a ruby red, emerald-green, pale pink, coral or mint green trim, Atelier Raff’s new made-to-order café curtains are inspired by founder Sophia's love of chic Parisian bistros. With the help of her team of seamstresses, the bespoke service allows you to customise every aspect of your curtains – from the width and drop to the intricate trims, so you can design something that works for your home. 


Eadie & Crole

Having worked in the interiors industry for years, it's always been an ambition of Sophie Eadie and Fi Crole to produce their own fabric and wallpaper collection. This month sees the launch of the Arnott Collection, inspired by a child’s antique bed throw and their travels abroad. In addition, a small range of furniture includes a sofa and coffee table, as well as side tables that can be colour matched to your requirements.


Carrière Frères

These new Carrière Frères taper candles are scented with floral, woody, fruity and herbal notes. Manufactured at the Carrière Frères atelier in Normandy, the style is typical of the brand’s original designs, and like the whole Carrière Frères collection, the taper candles are crafted using 100% vegetable wax and organic European rapeseed. Choose from Tomato, Jasmine, Spearmint or Cedar.


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