What’s New In Interiors This Month
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Nina Campbell x Fired Earth Tile Collection
When interiors icon Nina Campbell is attached to a new launch, we pay attention. The Fired Earth & Nina Campbell collection brings Nina’s flair and expertise to a range of tiles in patterns inspired by her fabric designs and in plains that complement the Nina Campbell colour palette. Calling on archive patterns, current collections and early drawings, the team at Nina Campbell has worked closely with Fired Earth to reimagine her designs so they work seamlessly on this new medium – and embody her signature style.
Pearl Lowe x Coco & Wolf Headboards
These clever headboards from Pearl Lowe have been made in collaboration with Coco & Wolf and are covered in a range of charming Liberty prints. With a sweet ruffle detail and fabric covered buttons, these luxurious pieces come in a standard 180cm in width, with six pretty ties in the same fabric attached to a pole. There are three designs to choose from – Eva Bell, Capel Mustard and Thorpe Rust.
New from Australian brand Cultiver comes this collection of chic bedcovers. Crafted from 100% heavyweight linen and deliberately oversized, they’re designed to drape elegantly, with ample room to tuck in pillows. Available in three designs, the collection epitomises refined European luxury. Ivory is classic and elegant, Sand echoes the tones found in the Australian landscape and Duo is modern yet timeless.
Domestic Science Frames & Mirrors
After falling for a classic 19th century faux bamboo frame in a Normandy brocante, Domestic Science founder and vintage fan Libs Lewis set out to replicate the original – flaws and all. Working with a local manufacturer in the Cotswolds, each piece has since been moulded directly from the original antique using a unique composite of hard-wearing wood ‘flours’ and resin. This process faithfully honours every perfectly imperfect detail, including the layers of worn paint. The moulded frames and mirrors come in three custom colours – mustard, apple green and sky blue.
Say goodbye to afternoons spent faffing at DIY stores. COAT Paints has launched an industry first – same day and one-hour delivery slots. Alongside COAT’s own iconic colour palette, you can also choose any colour you want from any paint brand and COAT will match it by mixing it fresh, using its 100% low-VOC, water-based premium paint formula with its zero waste, made to order production process. Partnering with eco-friendly delivery company bodo, the new service only applies to London postcodes right now, but the plan is to expand it to other major cities across the UK in the near future.
VERDEN is one of our favourite natural fragrance brands and it’s just released its latest scent. Hortosa is a joyful, floral evocation of mimosas and spring sunshine. The mimosa flower, in many countries, is given to women as a symbol of strength and sensibility on International Women’s Day and Hortosa’s launch coincides with this day of celebration. Inspired by co-founder Charlotte Semler’s childhood memories of visits to her grandparents’ coastal home on the French Riviera, the new scent aims to capture the happiness of spring.
The White Company Cottage
Unique Homestays has teamed up with The White Company to launch its first ever immersive ‘holiday cottage’. The Fable reopens this month with a whole new look and feel, having undergone an extensive renovation. Deep within pastoral Poldark country just a few miles from Perranporth beach on the north Cornwall coast, the property features White Company interiors and a hot tub settled beneath glowing festoon lights. Offering an all-immersive private home experience courtesy of The White Company for the first time, everything from the natural-blend bed linens to the signature candles and scents, has been carefully curated.
London Design Week
There are only two days left to take part in London Design Week at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. There’s serious inspiration on offer by way of the 120 showrooms – all of which will launch special collections throughout the week. Visitors can also explore the pop-up House Guests to connect with an expanding creative community who are shaping the future of design. The events programme is intended to engage, inform and spark the imagination, with Conversations in Design featuring in-depth interviews and panel discussions with star names. There are also scores of free events listed on the Access All Areas schedule to – from meet the designer sessions to hands-on demonstrations – alongside discovery tours offering the inside track on the most talked-about products at the show.
Isabelle Baldwin Furniture
Since 2021, Isabelle Baldwin has sold made-to order upholstered furniture, including headboards, footstools, ottomans and accessories and her latest collection includes a wavy ottoman, available in oak and matt lacquered finishes, and stunning headboards in beautiful fabrics. Via her website, customers can choose a size, shape, fabric and piping to build an image of their finished piece, as well as a house fabric from well-known companies such as Colefax & Fowler, Fermoie, Blithfield and Christopher Far. The perfect blend of bespoke and off-the-shelf.
London Interiors by Emma J. Page
Capturing the cosmopolitan nature of a diverse city, this new book from Emma J. Page is guaranteed to inspire. From richly decorative to pared-back, London homes are always unexpected. Behind the front doors of the city’s ubiquitous terraces lies a wealth of design inspiration, while seemingly inhospitable buildings, whether converted gin distilleries, concrete new builds or former dairies, have been given fresh life thanks to the city's famously creative inhabitants. Encapsulating the many design influences seen in London, from mid-century modern to traditionally elegant, this book represents all there is to love about British interior design.
Neptune SS23 Collection
Neptune’s SS23 collection introduces Rhubarb – a vivid and uplifting colour inspired by the fruit’s vibrant stalks and their weathered terracotta forcers. The seasonal range also includes new cabinetry, lighting, fabrics and accessories – and marks the launch of Neptune’s new colour consultancy service. Working on a one-to-one basis, Neptune’s team of experts will explore all elements of customers’ homes to create a bespoke combination of colours that will work perfectly in their space. Appointments can be booked online, in store and over the phone, with an hour’s consultation initially costing £200 and £50 thereafter.
The Campbell Collection
The latest range from The Campbell Collection features hand embroidered cushions and quilts made by a group of talented craftswomen in Jaipur. As well as hand block printed fabrics by master printer Sultan Ji and his team of apprentices, all the quilts and cushions are hand sewn by seamstress Sanjina. Designed to be layered or enjoyed on their own, we recommend mis-matching the patchwork cushions with the stripey quilt for something a little different.
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