What’s New In Interiors This Month

What’s New In Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with creative energy right now – not to mention a host of new products and collections. From playful artwork and vintage-inspired pottery, to the iconic name launching its first paint range, here’s everything to have on your radar...

Andrew Martin Paint Range

The newest offering from global design name Andrew Martin is a range of environmentally friendly paint, using the finest pigments to create a palette of 114 colours in four finishes. Paying tribute to the destinations that have inspired the brand for over 40 years, shade names include Greenwich Blue and Moroccan Souk. 

Visit AndrewMartin.co.uk

Anthropologie x Skye McAlpine

Anthropologie’s homeware collaboration with British cook and food writer Skye McAlpine launches next month. Inspired by Skye’s love of Venice and London, the collection includes a mix of Italian influences and traditional pottery techniques, and takes additional inspiration from pieces of English antique china. We love the delicate floral collection, which draws on Skye's love of nature, especially the sweet hand-written notes inside the mugs. 

Visit Anthropologie.com 

Ciao Chiara x Papier

Chiara Perano aka Ciao Chiara is an English-Italian artist based in East London, whose playful, nostalgic pieces celebrate the joys of everyday life, family, good food and design – in other words La Dolce Vita. These charming and fun artworks will instantly transport you to sunnier climes, and you can also choose from a range of frames.

Visit Papier.com

Host x Polly Fern

London-based interiors brand Host has teamed up with British ceramicist and illustrator Polly Fern to develop a range of hand-embroidered napkins. The collection combines Host’s playful, patterned style with Polly’s highly-collectable whimsical, hand-painted designs. We love the Flora collection, which features Polly’s paintings of flowers she grows in her own garden, while the Romantic Vases range is inspired by Polly’s ceramics.

Visit HostHome.co.uk

East London Parasol Company

New for 2020, the East London Parasol Company’s William Morris collection showcases a selection of beautiful parasols in varying sizes. A pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, Morris was strongly influenced by his natural surroundings, as well as Indian and Eastern art. With pieces reworking and re-colouring renowned Morris prints, 10% of all proceeds will be donated to the William Morris Gallery. 

Visit EastLondonParasols.com

Samuel & Sons

There’s no reason why outdoor upholstery shouldn’t be given the same decorative attention as indoor furniture. Embrace pattern and colour with these durable trimmings from the Saisons and Regatta collections by Samuel & Sons. The bold woven designs can be used on cushions, throws, lampshades or chairs. 

Visit SamuelAndSons.com 

KD Loves

This furniture and home accessories range endeavours to produce increasingly sustainable products, while also supporting young, up and coming designers through collaborations. Updating patterns and florals in fresh, bright colours, from eye-catching headboards to colourful cushions, these pieces are guaranteed to brighten up any room.

Visit KDLoves.com


Based in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, founder Caroline Inchyra has created a range of unique fabrics and accessories. Since launching archive-inspired linens in 2012, the Inchyra range has grown to include pure Scottish wools, alongside co-ordinating cushions and throws. Her latest designs include Torchon, a lace stripe on fine Belgian linen, and Balazuc – a collection of strong, vibrant designs marrying French styles with Eastern Europe and North Africa.

Visit Inchyra.com

Original Style Tiles

Original Style has been working on some exciting new additions to their iconic Victorian Floor Tile collection. This summer sees the introduction of Carnation Pink (beautiful when integrated in to a checkerboard pattern alongside grey), Spring Green (the perfect choice for those looking for a softer shade to go with white and grey) and Hawthorn Yellow (a fresh, modern twist on more traditional cream). 

Visit OriginalStyle.com

Mrs Alice

When it comes to tablescapes, few do it better than Alice Naylor Leyland. New to her collection are these unique ceramic woven plates; the delightful wicker pattern is exclusively handmade for her line in Italy. Available in blue and green, the plates also come in two different sizes.

Visit AliceNaylorLeyland.com

Plain Simple Useful

Terence Conran has always believed that plain, simple and useful objects – and surroundings – are the key to easy living. This updated edition of his book is organised according to the main activities that take place at home. Inspirational interiors, many of which are Conran's own, provide all the guidance you need to tailor-make your own storage. This latest edition also features a new chapter on outdoor furniture and style, with elegant contemporary ideas for al fresco eating and relaxing.

Visit OctopusBooks.co.uk

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