What's New In Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with new products, exclusive launches and one-off collections. From stunning table linen to handwoven rugs, here’s everything to have on your radar this May.

Dilli Grey For Anthropologie

Dropping on 13th May, ethical lifestyle brand Dilli Grey’s upcoming collection for Anthropologie includes a range of quilts and table linen. Using a variety of textile techniques, the edit showcases the centuries old, hand-embroidery technique of ‘Chikankari’, as well as other heritage embroidery and quilting methods including Kantha and Suzani. All the quilts are hand-block printed using a wooden block design, which has been carved by hand, too.

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Summerill & Bishop

Cult tablecloth brand Summerill & Bishop has just launched its new collection: Stripe. Best described as a Mediterranean escape brought to life, Stripe is an ode to the Tuscan coast. Even better, the designs can be uniquely tailored to suit your preferred tabletop look.

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Eudon Choi x Liv & Dom

Inspired by The Amalfi Coast, this collaboration between fashion designed Eudon Choi and Lewes-based ceramicists Liv & Dom will lend a sunshine-filled splash to your interior in the form of these limited-edition bowls. 

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August&Piers

New candle brand August&Piers isn’t just super stylish – it also has sustainability at the core of its brand ethos. With candles crafted using a blend of soy, bee and rapeseed which is 100% natural and paraffin-free, as well as cotton wicks and responsibly sourced fragrances, the container and packaging has also been designed with upcycling in mind. Good for your home décor – and the planet.

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Coral & Hive

Founded by Jeannine Birch in South Africa, Coral & Hive produces a range of beautiful handwoven rugs. With a passion for colour, pattern and weaving, the brand launches new designs each season. Their jute runners are a standout, all of which are carefully sourced using natural, recycled and sustainable fibres as part of their ‘reuse, reduce and recycle’ philosophy.

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Prabal Gurung x Etsy

This colourful homeware collection, exclusive to Etsy, is inspired by designer Prabal Gurung’s life in travel, which explains why the limited-edition range taps into a global aesthetic of unique textures, and sumptuous fabrics. Made in conjunction with a small number of carefully selected UK Etsy sellers, look out for the candle holders, vases, napkins and dinnerware.

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Chelsea Textiles Blighty

Inspired by the events of the past year, Chelsea Textiles has developed a new collection of backing and lining fabrics designed to celebrate the home using a bold, dynamic, and traditional colour palette of red, white and blue. Screen printed by hand, the irregularities of the hand-crafted process add a vintage quality to the unique fabrics.

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Not Another Bill

As well as stocking an selections from Hay, Ferm Living, and &Klevering, Not Another Bill now offers in-house personalisation on several different products. Ideal for a hostess gift or housewarming present, the service is available across items like linen placements and napkins, Sabre cutlery, chopping boards, and dinner party planners.

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De Le Cuona

The new De Le Cuona accessories range is all about texture. Linen cushions with coloured panels and fresh fringing, whitewashed Butera handwoven baskets, engraved coconut bowls and planters all make serene, calm additions to a home. 

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Pandora Taylor

Interior designer Pandora Taylor’s range of furniture reflects her personal approach to design. With a nod to mid-century colours and fabrics, her headboards offer an unusual focal point, while her side tables and footstools play with traditional forms to create unusual shapes.

Visit PandoraTaylor.co.uk

Ottolenghi 

The London-based chef, restaurateur and cookbook author has announced the launch of a new tableware collection, ‘FEAST’, in collaboration with Belgian design label Serax and Italian artist Ivo Bisignano, which is now available to pre-order online. Encompassing 100 unique pieces, the expressive new tableware collection represents everything the British-Israeli chef stands for, specifically coming together to celebrate food, family and friendship.

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Lockdown Liquor 

Serving a delicious cocktail requires the perfect glass. Good news – SheerLuxe favourite Lockdown Liquor has now launched their own range of premium glassware, suitable for any occasion. The Brooklyn and Greenwich styles include highball, rocks and coupe glasses – time to make the most of happy hour…

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Sophie Conran x Portmeirion

The organic shapes in Sophie Conran’s new collection are all inspired by nature – Arbor with its calm, gentle curves is reminiscent of natural wood grain, while Floret’s elegant shape mimics those found in fluid florals. Available in two calming colours, Dove Grey and Creamy White, you can mix the shapes and colours as you wish. Designed to be loved, used and admired every day, these stoneware pieces are built to last.

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Susie Atkinson 

Exquisite craftsmanship is at the heart of this new collection from British designer Susie Atkinson. The Antique Brass and Leather Lighting collection includes the Dionis table lamp and wall light, as well as the Parsons table lamp and wall light, all of which are beautifully handmade in England. Crafted from antique brass and hand stitched leather, each piece comes with a shade bound in a matching trim in one of three colours: black, oxblood or cream. 

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