What’s New In Interiors This Month

What’s New In Interiors This Month

It’s safe to say the interiors world is still brimming with new products and collections. From stunning table linen to the brands supporting women for International Women’s Day, here’s everything you need to know.

Sophie Coryndon For Soane Britain

Lulu Lytle and Sophie Coryndon’s shared love of medieval manuscripts and Renaissance art is at the heart of their new fabric and wallpaper collab. The patterns they’ve developed are designed to draw the viewer into a subtle world of often-overlooked imagery – from the punched gold background of a Pre-Reformation altar panel to the tapestry of wildflowers in a Renaissance painting. The collection is marked by rich jewel like tones–greens, blues, reds and yellows, too. 

Available from 8th March at Soane.co.uk 

Lavender Green Flowers

The new spring bulb planter class from Lavender Green Flowers is a live virtual masterclass suitable for all levels, with the aim of teaching students how to create a design you can replicate throughout the year. Using an array of high-grade, seasonal ingredients, the team will take you through all the steps to make a beautifully planted spring bulb arrangement, answering any questions you might have along the way. The kit contains everything need for your class, too – including a glass planter, a mix of heritage, seasonal bulbs (such as white muscari, crocus and bridal crown), soil, and decorative finishing touches like moss and twigs.

Book your place here


Inspired by her Greek heritage, Themis Zouganeli has created a beautiful tableware collection for Seraphina, perfect for entertaining. We love the summery colours and clean lines of the Serenity collection – an ideal fit for al fresco lunches and dinners. Available in both green and blue, this range is a fresh and complimentary addition to the brand’s existing clothing range.

Visit SeraphinaLondon.com

The Embroidered Napkin Company

Heidi Lawton launched The Embroidered Napkin Company after making many of the items for her own wedding in 2008, including the embroidered napkins. Now, she specialises in making bespoke napkins for weddings, fine dining and corporate events – but you can also choose any one of her designs for smaller, personal celebrations such as Mother’s Day, Easter, anniversaries and birthdays. Expect to find pretty floral patterns, as well as calligraphy-based designs which will work as an elaborate place setting.

Visit TheEmbroideredNapkinCompany.co.uk

Samuel & Sons

To make a cushion look extra special or give a curtain the ultimate finishing touch, trims are the answer, and now, Samuel & Sons has launched its SS21 collections Oceania and Venezia. The first is a collection of dimensional embroidered linen borders inspired by the tranquillity of the Pacific Ocean and the Hawaiian Islands, capturing the warm white sands, vivid corals, and clear blue waters of the region. By contrast, Venezia is a luxurious collection inspired by the churches, palaces, galleries and Biennale exhibitions of the Italian city. 

Visit SamuelAndSons.com


Our candle obsession continues thanks to these unusual scones from Pooky. The new collection of decorative wall-mounted candle holders and sconces are designed to pair perfectly with candles of all shapes, colours and sizes. Comprising six new designs with antique mirrors, decorative details and chiselled framework, each piece is reminiscent of classic Regency glamour.

Visit Pooky.com

The Invisible Collection x Malaika

Also marking International Women’s Day, The Invisible Collection will present a collection of ornate handmade linens by Malaika, an Egyptian-based brand reviving the honoured tradition of hand-embroidery to provide a sustainable income for local women. Comprising bed linens, tablecloths and napkins, the collection is handwoven by women trained at Threads of Hope School, which is based in downtown Cairo, that aims to support women to generate their own income, as well as providing an on-site nursery, nutritious free meals and yearly breast cancer check-ups. The Invisible Collection commits 100% of all sales to the school and Malaika’s factory, which currently employs 100 women. Linens will be available in an array of colours and can be monogrammed, too. 

Visit TheInvisibleCollection.com 


The Assisi Concrete Basin by Elle + James for Ca’Pietra is ultimately defined by the petal like arcs which help to comprise its circular form. Like the rose windows on the Romanesque facades of the UNESCO churches in its Italian namesake, its beauty lies in its classic design and subtle floral attributes. Available in two sizes, the collection is made up of greyscale, pastel and darker shades.

Visit CaPietra.com

Deciem Home Fragrance

The Ordinary’s sister brand Deciem, has launched its first home fragrance called SHOP. The brand’s late founder Brandon Truaxe partnered with London-based perfumer and friend, Azzi Glasser, to create the scent, which Azzi describes as "capturing the essence of DECIEM's abnormal, yet welcoming space, through the construction of notes and accords that blend together as a unique DNA print.” Expect to find black poivre, enhanced by the nature of cypress oil, guaiac wood, sequoia, and fresh cedar amplified by balsamic notes of labdanum resin, white amber crystals, white musk, and patchouli.

Visit Deciem.com

The Mews Fabrics & Furnishings

Brighten up your springtime table with this new range of intricately designed table linens from The Mews Fabrics & Furnishings. The beautiful block-printed cotton tablecloths come in a range of patterns, exclusively from Pigott's Store in Sydney, and there are also new designs handmade for The Mews by their artisan partners in India.

Visit TheMewsFurnishings.com

Museum Of The Home Online Charity Auction

Skye McAlpine, Anya Hindmarch and Retrouvius are among some of the designers, studios and brands offering stellar prizes as part of an online auction later this month, which hopes to raise money for a new female homelessness campaign. The Museum of the Home – formerly the Geffrye Museum – will launch the auction on 19th March, offering 40 donated unique pieces and exclusive experiences to the highest bidders. All proceeds will go towards the Museum's new charity campaign, Behind the Door, in aid of homelessness for women and families, which spans a group of more than 25 organisations including Shelter and Centrepoint. 

Visit MuseumOfTheHome.org.uk

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