What’s New In Interiors This Month
Luxury design house L’Objet has launched ‘L’Atelier’ – a series of eight homeware collections that celebrate the talented craftspeople behind the pieces, all of which blend classic details with modern accents, graphic forms and organic shapes. We love the Neptune Shell made from fine porcelain – 24k gold accents accentuate the grooves of the shell to create a truly statement piece.
Later this month you’ll be able to access some of the most inspiring creators working today. The Ham Yard and Haymarket hotels will be hosting a range of interiors experts for one-day workshops, with morning demonstrations followed by lunch and an afternoon of making. High-profile names on the slate include Annie Sloan, Tess Newall (pictured), Willow Crossley, Molly Mahon and SJ Axelby.
Matilda Goad & Co
The new brass floral shades from Matilda Goad are seriously versatile. Suitable for hanging as a ceiling pendant, they can also be wall mounted using the brass bracket – plus, there are three signature finishes to choose from. Whether you choose brass (pictured here, from £140), celadon or red, all of them come with floral pinhole detailing to cast delicate beams of light throughout your space.
We’ve long loved Claybrook tiles, so we were excited to hear about the bathroom vanity units it’s added to its collection. Using natural-fibre woven canework for the drawer, the ‘Chicanory’ wall-mounted bathroom furniture has a bohemian feel to it, while the sinuous wall-mounted cabinets in the ‘Loop’ collection (pictured here) have a more fluid appearance. All you need to do is choose the tiles to match.
The new Travellers Collection from one of our favourite candle brands features five sets inspired by the idyllic holiday spots of Miami, St Tropez, Mykonos, Ibiza and Capri. Each set includes six 25cm height candles with a burn time of up to eight hours. It’s also the first range from Candle Flair where customers can purchase mixed-colour sets if they prefer.
Spanning handcrafted ceramics, luxurious textiles and marble furniture, Collection Noir’s latest range combines natural materials with fine craftsmanship. The debut rug collection includes seven timeless designs, while the Otis table collection is as classic as it is contemporary. If you’re after some accessories, there are plenty on offer – from beautiful Moon vessels by Mallorca-based artist Dora Good to Zulu pots and hand-carved Zulu trays from artisans in South Africa.
When we visited Anya Hindmarch’s sleep pop-up, we discovered a new brand designed to make a good night's sleep that little bit more obtainable. Floks has launched a luxury woollen bedding collection spanning pillows, duvets and mattress toppers – all of which are made in the UK. Items are individually made with layers of British Cheviot wool, which is known for its softness and thermos-regulating qualities. Floks is also a member of the Traceable Wool Scheme and its products are manufactured in Yorkshire to support local craftspeople and minimise the brand’s environmental impact.
Online homeware store Decoraii offers thoughtfully curated edits of décor, accessories and furnishings. Now you can shop by what the brand calls ‘nature story’ – from ‘Rocky Shoreline’ to ‘Evening Light Sky’ each one is designed to give customers inspiration on how to combine colours and textures to best reflect nature's wildest landscapes.
The latest wallpaper collection from Barneby Gates reinterprets the classic Harlequin print to bring it up to date. The ‘Quilted Harlequin’ design is perfect for all-over use, while the ‘Diamond Trellis’ – a simplified design – has been stripped back, making it better for smaller spaces or isolated areas. Both will suit contemporary or traditional properties – it’s the proportions of the space that really matter.
Available from early March at BarnebyGates.com
Conscious brand The Muses has developed a multifunctional collection of reed diffusers that come in a selection of scents to suit every mood. There are three to choose from: ‘Supercharge’ is energising and uplifting; ‘Kickback’ is grounding and calming; while ‘Unplug’ aims to improve focus and clarity. The vessels look as good as they smell, so they’re bound to add an elevated touch to your space.
The newest alabaster wall lights from Pooky are destined to become some of the ‘it’ pieces of the season. Alabaster, thanks to its delicate translucency, is the ideal material for softly diffusing an ambient glow, and when paired with brass and wood it results in a timeless finish. Each design in Pooky’s collection is named after a philosopher, including Socrates, Plato and Pythagoras.
H&M x Pantone
Pantone has teamed up with H&M to launch a home accessories collection that explores the power of colour. Updating seven of its bestselling pieces, H&M has incorporated peaches, pinks, reds, blues and greens into every design to make your home feel that little bit more cheerful.
Interior designer Georgie Wykeham has added a selection of occasional tables to her furniture range (regular readers will know we’re big fans of her Wave console table already), Elegant, playful and functional, all the tables are inspired by different memories and are handmade in the UK in a combination of sustainably sourced tulipwood and MDF. Available in a matte or gloss finish, and ten bespoke colours, they can also be painted in a colour of your choice. Prices start at £660.
The Outdoor Studio
You may have seen more interior designers are sharing their skills online (see our recent feature here) and now garden designers are following suit. Online destination The Outdoor Studio offers access to some of the UK’s leading garden designers for as little as £180, with customers able to schedule hour-long consultations to discuss planting, zoning and how to make the most of outdoor space.
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