What’s New In Interiors This Month

What’s New In Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with new products, exclusive launches and one-off collections. From handmade home accessories to designer collaborations, here’s everything to have on your radar this December.

Aller Home

Following multiple enquiries from happy staycationers who have spent time at her luxury huts on her farm in Dorset, Cat Wickins decided to launch a boutique homeware brand selling some of the gorgeous finishing touches she has used to decorate them. From wavy headboards to ruffle cushions, pretty splatterware to twist candles, Cat’s edit suits homes in the country or the city.


Samantha Todhunter x Bert & May

Ric Rac is the latest joint collection from Bert & May and designer Samantha Todhunter. Nodding to the tile brand’s Andalusian heritage, Samantha has created a collection inspired by the Spanish dancing skirts she used to make as a child for school, sewing lines of colourful ric rac ribbon along their flirty edges. The design is also a subtle way of paying homage to the indefatigable scallop.

Visit BertAndMay.com


Batch makes bespoke glass lighting using traditional methods. Producing in small batches – hence the name! – the brand is big on British glassmaking heritage and attention to detail, but the designs are contemporary. Made using a Venetian cane technique, but updated with a soft wash of colour and simple form, its Humbug styles complement both contemporary and traditional interiors. The Lantern collection was inspired by the street gas lighting prevalent at the turn of the century, as well as traditional mould-blown art-deco street lighting.

Visit Batch.glass


Sharland England

If you’ve been following Louise Roe’s last couple of home renovations, you’ll know she has a keen eye for vintage homeware. If you want to replicate her aesthetic, Louise has now done the hard work for you, offering an edit of furniture and accessories she has designed, including scallop-edged woven designs and patterned fabric seat pads. Pre-orders begin on 14th December.

Visit Sharland-England.com

Domenica Marland x Host

We love these glossy, wooden hand-painted frames from a collaboration between Domenica Marland – an art dealer specialising in decorative and affordable art – and Host, an online shop which showcases distinctive, well-made decorative homeware that doesn’t cost the earth.

Visit HostHome.co.uk

Heather Evelyn

The first time we saw Heather Evelyn’s handwritten candles in lockdown, we fell in love with them. Her Christmas range once again showcases her wit and talent for capturing the mood. The candles would make a lovely gift for a host.
Visit HeatherEvelyn.com

Frances Costelloe x Hesper Fox

British label Hesper Fox has teamed up with artist Frances Costelloe on a range of sleepwear and interiors that celebrates the pair’s love of joyous colour and prints. The debut collection of homeware includes napkin sets, cushion covers, aprons and embroidered hand towels.

Visit HesperFox.com 


To make the most of a bath, you should always wrap yourself in the softest possible towel afterwards. The newest Bath range from Bedfolk includes the Plush towel and robe – made from the highest-quality Turkish cotton, they feel like big hugs. Choose from subtle blush, crisp white or warm grey.

Visit Bedfolk.com

Lee Broom

Internationally known for his lighting and furniture collections, Lee Broom has just launched a range of scented candles. Each candle comprises two elements that fit seamlessly together: an elegant cubist candle holder, hand-crafted in solid optical crystal; and the aluminium vessel – finished in either polished gunmetal or gold – that contains the candle itself.

Visit LeeBroom.com

Mila London

Mila London is an exciting homeware launch, all about classic style with a contemporary twist. Pairing bold prints with vintage florals, it creates beautiful table linen, as well as fresh ceramics from South Africa and France. There’s also a social aspect to the business too, which works with local artisans in townships.

Visit Mila-London.com

Anissa Kermiche

The latest addition to Anissa Kermiche’s homeware collection are these brightly coloured Ich Liebe Dishes. With a wordplay on the German for ‘I love you’, they make a lovely addition to any table. The sculpted torsos can hold after-dinner treats and also work well as a place to hold your jewellery at the end of each evening.
Visit AnissaKermiche.com

Sophie Roberts Studio

Calligrapher and illustrator Sophie Roberts makes bespoke stationery as well as colourful prints and original artwork, but it’s her hand-painted scalloped mounts that are really catching our eye. 

Visit SophieRobertsStudio.co.uk

1st Dibs x La Double J

Originally known for its curated collections of vintage clothing and jewellery, La Double J has become a fashion label in its own right. Now the cult Italian brand has launched a homeware line with 1st Dibs, the online marketplace for unusual design. From porcelain serveware to textured soft furnishings and Como-made linens, the collection is 100% Italian-made.
Visit 1stDibs.com

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