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 the prettiest bedlinen to insider art tours, these are the latest launches to have on your radar right now.
By Georgina Blaskey

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Adventures In Art With Firmdale Hotels

Firmdale Hotels art ambassador Willow Kemp is organising curated art walks at some of the group’s most stylish locations. Guests are invited to discover Kit Kemp's personally curated art collection at Ham Yard Hotel on 17th September and  at the Haymarket Hotel on 12th November. There, you’ll find out how to collect and display art within a living space, before embarking on an intimate walking tour of some of Soho, Mayfair and St James’s most prestigious galleries. Tickets cost £110 per person, including the walking tour and afternoon tea or a three-course set menu lunch.

Purchase tickets here  & here.

Rebecca Udall x Isla Simpson

Rebecca Udall has collaborated with textile designer and illustrator Isla Simpson to create a limited-edition collection of bed linen. Following the success of their tableware partnership in 2021, the two female-founded brands have once again joined forces to create a capsule collection. The intricate design details synonymous with Isla’s signature style translate beautifully into Rebecca’s Italian woven cotton, with the sheets featuring ruffle borders and ribbon-tie closures to add a touch of whimsy.

Visit RebeccaUdall.com

Flo Doyne-Ditmas

Flo Doyne-Ditmas is a British artist and maker who has released a range of eye-catching picture frames via Partnership Editions. “Framing is an essential part of displaying art but it’s often an over-looked topic,” Flo explains. Available in a range of sizes and patterns, the frames reflect Flo’s playful approach to interiors and artwork. “Of course, there are times when an artwork calls for a simple, almost unnoticeable surround but there are other times when art, spaces and environments call for something a bit more exciting,” she adds.

Visit PartnershipEditions.com

Coat X Laura Jackson

Broadcaster and creative director Laura Jackson has put together a curated edit of six shades for Coat Paints. Timeless and stylish, the ‘Parisian’ edit is inspired by the city of light and encompasses a largely sophisticated and neutral colour palette further enhanced by a couple of deep muted shades. Best of all, you can order all six swatches in ‘peel and stick’ format, so you can move them around the house to see what works and avoid the hassle of multiple tester pots.

Visit CoatPaints.com

Bed Threads

Born in Australia but now available in the UK, Bed Threads offers breathable, 100% flax linen bedding in on-trend colours with unique finishing touches. We’re tempted by the new scalloped pillowcases – our favourite colour combo is the terracotta and rust. 

Visit BedThreads.com

On Design Podcast

On Design will launch its eighth season on 7th September, with a new line-up of 15 special guests. This season, you can expect to hear from graphic artists Stefan Sagmeister, Ricardo Cavolo, and Verònica Fuerte of Hey Studio, designer Sabine Marcelis and design dealer Nina Yashar of Nilufar Gallery, architect Sumayya Vally of Counterspace Studio, as well as digital artist Andres Reisinger and Nike’s creative director Steve Green. Personally, we can’t wait for the episode with India Mahdavi, the interior designer behind Sketch Mayfair.

Visit OnDesignPodcast.com

Act One

Curators Fenella Brownlee and Jenny Webber have just launched Act One, an exciting new platform for affordable contemporary art. A former curator at Soho House, Brownlee brings art market expertise, whilst Webber has gathered experience at private art consultancy practice, Fresh Paint. Act One combines their passion for art with the desire to give emerging artists, and particularly female artists, a place to shine. The first exhibition will feature over 30 sought-after contemporary artists, with artworks from £250. Brownlee and Webber use the mantra, ‘would we want this in our own homes?’ when meticulously curating the show. From what we've seen so far, the answer is yes please!

Visit ActoneArt.co.uk

Andrew Martin Cushions

Global design brand Andrew Martin has launched a ncollection of fabrics and cushions which pay homage to the English Garden. Printed in the Lake District using ECOFAST technology – a digital pigment printing method which uses 50% less water than traditional techniques – we’re particularly taken with the Bud cushion, which has a pretty ruffle in a contrasting ‘quiggle’ print.

Visit AndrewMartin.co.uk

Colefax & Flower Paint Launch

After years mixing bespoke colours for private clients, Emma Burns and Philip Hooper of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler have launched their own range of paint. With seven shades available – Saffron, Brook, Hambledon Yellow, Courtyard, Beresford Red, Pimlico Green and Bark – they’ve been crafted by Fenwick & Tilbrook. Designed to be both strong and neutral enough to allow you to change the look of any fabric, paintings or furniture you put them against, the range is made to order to cut back on unnecessary waste.

Visit FenwickAndTilbrook.com


Founded by Jeremy and Cath Brown, family-run label Feldspar creates timeless objects for the every day. Each piece is inspired by the rural Devon studio’s natural surroundings and made using quality materials expertly crafted at the family-run pottery in Stoke-on-Trent and workshops near their home. It’s just launched its latest collection via MATCHESFASHION - the range is classic in its design and made to last. We love the simplicity of the gold trim.



From 19th to 23rd September, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour will be brimming with creative ideas and inspiration as part of the Focus/22 event. Trade visitors and design fans from around the world will be able browse the latest collections from more than 600 global brands and get the inside track on the latest trends across more than 100 events, including workshops, demonstrations and the renowned ‘Conversations in Design’ series of main stage talks. There’ll also be specially commissioned installations and dining experiences on offer, including the Design Restaurant by Social Pantry.

Visit DCCH.co.uk


The Campbell Collection

Husband and wife duo Tim and Emma set up The Campbell Collection to design and create beautiful textiles for the home that will stand the test of time. The lifestyle and interior collections are made in collaboration with artisans in India and are rooted in traditional craft techniques. The stand out piece for us is the Old City tablecloth, a neutral backdrop with a bold geometric border inspired by the characterful old city in Jaipur, which is distinctively pink.

Visit TheCampbellCollection.co.uk

ND On The Green

Natascha Dartnall, founder and creative director of interior architecture and design practice ND Studios, recently opened ND On The Green, a beautiful shop for interiors treasures in Chelsea. Now she has launched ND On The Green's online shop. Sourced by Natascha from independent makers, craftsmen, and antique markets both locally and across the globe, the shop provides an eclectic and unique offering and a platform for smaller artisans. Discover a mix of vintage and contemporary products such as unique hand-made Peruvian scatter cushions in the boldest of colours, beautiful wood-worked kitchenware, bespoke paintings and home fragrances, starting from £7.90. 

Visit NDOnTheGreen.co.uk



Anthropologie x Create Academy

Anthropologie is collaborating with Create Academy’s impressive array of instructors to celebrate the joy of design and creative learning with a series of workshops, talks, demos and pop-up studios at its King’s Road Gallery during London Design Festival (15th September - 2nd October). Featuring zero-waste weaver Maria Sigma, textile designer Molly Mahon, quilter Julius Arthur, metalworker Jess Wheeler, dried floral artist Bex Partridge and flower pressing studio JamJar Edit.

Book here  

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