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The Sette x Turner Pocock
Interior designers Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock – the duo behind Turner Pocock – are known for their use of colour and pattern. Their new table linen range, designed exclusively for The Sette, encapsulates their strong design aesthetic while encouraging a sense of celebration. Made by an Italian family run linen manufacturer, Bunny and Emma’s handprinted designs have been fully transferred onto the material and are versatile enough to suit any occasion or event.
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The latest additions to Anboise’s upholstered furniture collection include two hard-to-resist pieces. Balancing the classic with the contemporary, the Trefoil and Quatrefoil are both handmade in the UK using traditional techniques. We love the fringed ottoman, while the neat stool will make a charming addition to almost any interior.
Fee Greening x Polkra
Add a touch of green to your tablescape with this six-piece napkin set from London-based artist Fee Greening. Featuring a sprig of sage, thyme, parsley, mint, basil or rosemary in one corner, each 100% linen napkin is finished off with an elegant rope border. Plus, did you know these kitchen garden herbs have unique associations? Rosemary, for example, is said to protect against evil spirits, while leaving mint in your wallet is said to bring good fortune.
Pooky x Liberty
Lighting destination Pooky has teamed up with Liberty on a new project. Delving deep into the legendary department store’s fabric print archive, together the two have chosen a selection of designs, before reinterpreting them to suit modern interior trends. Suitable for floor, table and wall lights, there are four exclusive designs available as part of the range, all in various colourways, shapes and sizes.
Curio Bauble Bar
These glass baubles – which come in a selection of beautiful rainbow colours – are all handblown, ensuring each one is unique. Beautiful on a Christmas tree or displayed together in a bowl, designer Olivia Thorpe has drawn inspiration from the sky and constellations. Available in a range of sizes and packaged in sets of three, they’ll make a great gift for a hostess or close friend this year.
Susie Atkinson Wallpaper
Susie Atkinson’s inaugural wallpaper collection, Wild Meadow, has been designed in collaboration with up-and-coming artist, designer and print-maker Ellen Merchant. Full of contemporary patterns inspired by the beauty of the natural world, all the rolls have been made using traditional techniques. Together, Ellen and Susie have collaborated on three distinctive designs – Dipley, Wild Daisy and Eastern Garden.
Priory Antiques Studio
An antique workshop based at Priory Farm in Surrey, all the pieces produced on site – including scallop console tables, chest of drawers, and cabinets – are made by owner Henry Shinner himself. Colours also span iconic ranges such as Annie Sloan, Farrow & Ball and Edward Bulmer. We’re keeping an eye out for the bespoke furniture range, which will include custom-made wardrobes and console tables.
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Living In Colour
Brighten up your coffee table with this beautiful hardback book. An ode to colour, it takes the reader on a visual journey, showcasing some of the best contemporary residential interior-design schemes in every shade and hue. There are 200 interiors from 130 designers, including living, dining, sleeping and bathing spaces from all around the world.
Available at Waterstones.com
Bert & May x Little Greene
Another collaboration, this time tile manufacturer Bert & May has joined forces with paint producer Little Greene to work eight of Little Greene’s classic colours onto soft, chalky cement squares and rich, glossy glazed herringbone tiles from Bert & May’s permanent collection. The partnership also sees eight new colours added to Bert & May’s core palette, all of which stay true to the brand’s timeless, soft and nuanced approach to colour.
Master The Art
If you’re looking to learn more about traditional art techniques, it’s worth knowing about the Shropshire-based School of Decorative Finishes, which is hosting a series of courses including gilding and paint finishes. On the latter, you’ll learn more about cleaning and restoring art, as well as various decorating principles, while those on the gilding course will learn how to prepare gesso, as well as laying and burnishing gold leaf.
Partnership Editions At Home
The popular artwork platform Partnership Editions has now moved into homewares. Existing Partnership Editions artists have created an exclusive range of ceramics, lighting, table linen, wall hangings and cushions – with each piece in keeping with their individual style. As with the original platform, everything will be available in limited runs throughout the year, so make sure you’re quick off the mark if something catches your eye.
Henry Holland Vases
The debut vase collection from Henry Holland Studio is based primarily on the distinctive Japanese pottery technique of ‘nerikomi’. Picture swirling patterns and clean lines rippling across the tactile surface of the piece. The unique, original shapes offer interesting silhouettes for open shelves, mantlepieces and consoles.
In Casa by Paboy at Selfridges
In Casa by Paboy launched during lockdown and the Instagram interiors sensation continues to prove its serious design credentials. Now available at Selfridges as part of the store’s Project Earth initiative, the latest collection features big ruffles and bold colour combinations.