What’s New in Interiors This Month
What’s New in Interiors This Month

What’s New in Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with new products and collections. From sculptural table lamps to bespoke radiator covers, here’s what to have on your radar right now.
By Georgina Blaskey

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

The Glass Studio 

Using layering and marbling techniques developed in-house, The Glass Studio creates unique handblown drinking glasses and glassware collections in collaboration with artisan glassblowers from all over the world. One-off pieces are designed to be used and enjoyed every day, making them a true combination of art and function. We love the vases, candle holders and beautifully scented candles.

Visit TheGlass.Studio

The Longing

Couple Lindsey Holland and Jack Mizon are behind The Longing — a lifestyle label offering quality, sustainable products with real attention to detail. The first collection is a range of beautifully made towels at an accessible price point. Produced in Portugal, the towels are made from 100% organic, super soft cotton in colourways including Milk White, Ray Yellow, Wavy Blue and Rosy Pink.

Visit TheLonging.co.uk

Bureau Benjamin

Bureau Benjamin’s meringue lamp is a feminine, sculptural design. Light and strong, it is also reminiscent of the Japanese art of washi papers, while the ceramic base is made out of a glazed pottery clay. 

Visit BureauBenjamin.com

A Petal Unfolds

For a perfect display that will outlast freshly cut bouquets, crepe paper flowers are a beautiful and elegant alternative. Susan Beech is the botanical paper artist behind A Petal Unfolds, making  delicate paper flowers at her studio in East Sussex and teaching workshops in London. As well as creating arrangements to sell, Susan has undertaken commissions for Liberty London and The National Trust, and you can also learn how to make flowers from her books, A Petal Unfolds: How To Make Paper Flowers.  

Visit APetalUnfolds.com

Camomile London

These floral prints from Camomile London would make a pretty addition to a bedroom. If you want to add layers to your bed, the quilt works well with earthy tones, or mix and match it with off-whites to create a simpler decorative scheme. There’s also a range of pyjamas and loungewear in the same print, as well as toiletry bags. 

Visit Camomile.London

Great Objects

Great Objects offers a curated range of home and lifestyle goods all made by independent artisans – effectively championing ethical and sustainable brands, as well as biodegradable and recyclable materials. The ceramic selection has really caught our eye…

Visit Great-Objects.com

Style Your Spaces

Radiators can be unsightly, but Style Your Spaces has come up with the perfect solution to cover them, without restricting how much heat they emit. The attractive scalloped design is the brainchild of founder Katie Brigstock and it’s made in a local workshop in Edinburgh. Available in different sizes, including bespoke options, everything arrives ready to paint in the colour of choice. 

Visit StyleYourSpaces.co.uk

Partnership Editions x Camilla Perkins

Partnership Editions artist Camilla Perkins is hosting a solo exhibition entitled 'Echoes of Summer' until 17th August. The popular Lewes-based artist and illustrator has transformed The Regency Townhouse in Hove for her first solo show – a celebration of Camilla’s distinctive style, with pieces depicting gardens, flowers and seascapes inspired by her childhood and local surroundings. Camilla's work will also be available to buy online via Partnership Editions from 14th August.

Visit PartnershipEditions.com

Lundhs Real Stone

Lundhs Real Stone’s homeware range includes serving trays, abstract vases and beautiful bowls. Each piece in the collection is made from 100% natural anorthosite and larvikite materials and designed for everyday use, both inside and out.

Visit LundhsRealStone.com

Morris & Co

Morris & Co has launched its first paint collection. All the paint is manufactured in the UK. We love the chalky matte finish, while the eggshell is highly opaque with a low sheen – but all paint types offer exceptional coverage and minimal VOC levels, ensuring a safe, eco-friendly colour every time.

Visit MorrisAndCo.SandersonDesignGroup.com

Henry Holland Studio

Fashion designer turned ceramicist Henry Holland has launched a range of artisanal glassware, designed to complement his signature handmade tableware. Handblown in the UK, the new designs reflect the studio’s distinctive aesthetic with inspiration taken from Henry’s own interpretation of the nerikomi pottery technique.

Visit HenryHollandStudio.com

Villa Bologna Pottery

Villa Bologna Pottery is a shop on Portland Place selling decorative Maltese pottery. The brand’s London outpost offers a wide selection of tableware sets – from egg cups to serving platters, lighting to gifts. 

Visit VillaBolognaPottery.com

Bert & May x Kitesgrove

Bert & May has collaborated with interior design practice Kitesgrove to launch Irregular, a tile collection featuring two abstract designs: Quad and Fragment. Each design can be repeated or interspersed with solid plain tiles in the same or a complementary colour. The designs also work as irregular patterns, allowing you infinite possibilities for bespoke tessellations and configurations.

Available from September at BertAndMay.com


With its flower-shaped back plate, the Primrose Wall Fitting from Pooky is a dainty, elegant, fun wall light that comes in four lacquered finishes: orange, turquoise, navy and white. Working in almost any room in the house, the design will suit a variety of shades, from busy pleated patterned fabric to woven rattan. 

Visit Pooky.com

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