Anthropologie x Hôtel Magique
Bali-based brand Hôtel Magique has launched a new and exclusive range with Anthropologie. The collection is the direct result of designer and Hôtel Magique founder Milou Neelen’s experience being stranded in Amsterdam during the first eight months of the pandemic (she normally lives in Bali). Stuck thousands of miles from home, she envisioned what a hotel by Hôtel Magique and Anthropologie would look like. The result is a collection of playful, colourful items for the home, including cushions, tableware and stylish stationery.
Etalage Bobbin Frames
For those who want to dip their toe into the bobbin trend, these bespoke frames are available to buy from art website Etalage. While there’s only one size, there are nine colours to choose from – light blue, dark blue, yellow, bright red, dark red, light green, olive green, bright pink and burnt orange. Plus, each frame comes with an off-white mount, as well as all the fixings so you can hang it either portrait or landscape.
Paper & Cities Pictures
From Paris to Venice, Windows With A View celebrates some of the world’s dreamiest cityscapes. From Parisian rooftops to Amsterdam gingerbread houses, Venetian canals to London’s colourful houses, the picture collection is entirely hand-painted – an absolute must-have for those looking for a bit of wanderlust.
Six The Residence Furniture
New British furniture brand Six The Residence offers stylish, swoon-worthy designs at wallet-friendly prices, without scrimping on either functionality or form. The dining chair – a personal favourite of SL – comes with an optional made-to-measure seat pad, making it a welcome desk addition for those still working from home.
The team behind The Modern House have launched a new estate agency, Inigo, which specialises in selling historic homes. Listings are due to go live in the spring, with a select group of creatives and thinkers – collectively known as The Guild – set to represent the new brand. Expect to see some familiar faces, including fashion designer Charlie Casey-Hayford, ex-Vogue fashion editor Lucinda Chambers and Duncan Campbell of design studio Campbell Rey.
Matilda Goad Concertina Lampshade
The newest addition to Matilda’s lighting collection, this brass concertina lampshade will be available to buy later this month. Available in two sizes, the smaller shade can be used as a wall light, while both sizes can be paired with the matching brass base. The perfect metallic accent for a bedside table.
Edition 94 Scallop Trays
New from one of Fulham Road’s most beloved treasures troves are these decorative trays and candle holders. Handmade in Poland from beautifully veined marble, onyx and quartzite cut, they’re crafted to a rectangular shape, but with neat, scalloped edges. Look out for circular designs coming later in the month.
Sarah Raven Podcast
Gardener, writer and teacher Sarah Raven is set to launch her first podcast series, 'Grow, Cook, Eat, Arrange' on 12th February with her friend and colleague, Arthur Parkinson. Listeners should expect lively discussions about Sarah and Arthur’s favourite flowers, as well as the best edible plants relevant to the season – plus, the shows will be peppered with plenty of expert advice on floral design and cookery, too.
The Woods Photography
A new independent online store selling high-quality, limited-edition fine art and photography, The Woods’ edit is inspired by travel, the natural world and the built environment. Explore beautiful made-to-order prints from a selection of photographers, all of which range in price from £80-£700. A portion of the profits will also be donated to CREATE, the UK's leading charity empowering lives through the creative arts – plus, international shipping is free.
Born out of lockdown, Artemis Deco is the new brand from couple Toby Findlay and Maja Gliszczynska. Specialising in ceramics, glassware, candles and spoons, it showcases the best of Sicilian pottery, Czech glassware and German tortoiseshell spoons and servers – a delightful snapshot of European design.
Ved Cooks Linen
Chef Verity decided to start her new business during lockdown, using leftover food waste from her recipes to dye linen napkins that can also double up as placemats. With the work taking place in small batches in her kitchen, the organic dye is made from the skins of leftover fruit and vegetables. Beautiful and good for the planet – win, win.
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Add an optimistic ambience to your kitchen with the new range from Daylesford. The Galley collection comprises terracotta pieces with distinctive designs, featuring skylarks and sunflowers in blue and white. Handmade by artisans in Portugal, each piece has its own unique and distinct characteristics.
Founded by designers Lola Lely and Yesenia Thibault-Picazo in London, the candle range from Wax Atelier is available in a variety of finishes, so you can mix them by form and match them by tone. The pink blossom twisted design would make a pretty addition to any Valentine’s Day table.
OKA Virtual Design Service
OKA’s in-house interior design team has come up with some exclusive lockdown offers and virtual appointments from now until the end of March. If you're largely satisfied with your space, but there's a section – like a dressing area – you're growing weary of, one of the brand’s ‘styling updates’ may be just what you need; meanwhile, a ‘room redesign’ will transform any space from top to bottom; or a ‘home reset‘ can change the aesthetic of your entire home.
JamJar Rose Globes
One of founder Melissa Richardson’s favourite finds during her many years of sourcing vases and vessels for JamJar Flowers was a mid-century rose globe, which she first saw in an old-fashioned flower room on the Isle of Wight. Now, Melissa is offering these beautiful objects for sale, complete with handcrafted concrete bases in white, light grey or charcoal.
David Seyfried Headboards
A favourite among industry insiders, David Seyfried has added exclusive headboards to its upholstered offering. There are three styles to choose from, all of which come in three different sizes, with adjustable heights on request. You can also submit a fabric of your choice to create a truly bespoke design.