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Amy Kent x Gaby Deeming
Later this month, rug designer Amy Kent will launch a collection in collaboration with Gabby Deeming, former House & Garden creative director and founder of hand block-printed fashion collection Daydress. Gabby’s strikingly simple block-printed patterns have translated seamlessly onto the rugs, which are made by the same family run, India-based team Amy has used since her brand launched 15 years ago.
Edward Bulmer x Create Academy
Edward Bulmer is a bit of a pioneer in the paint world, creating natural paints from plant-based ingredients. Now, he’s teamed up with Create Academy to launch an online course, Working With Colour: A Guide to Pigments, Paints & Palettes. Filmed in his country home and design studio, students will be able to learn how to master colour – from balancing schemes to maximising small spaces and enhancing your existing property with paint.
Felt x Eliza Hopewell
Craft gallery Felt is hosting a lunch on Sunday 26th March at AMP Studios. Ceramicist Eliza Hopewell and textile artist Tessa Layzelle will be putting the tablescapes together, with products available to purchase exclusively from Felt during and after the event. Tickets cost £45pp.
George Spencer Inside & Out
George Spencer Design’s Inside & Out collection is full of sophisticated yet playful fabrics that are as soft and luxurious as they are durable and functional. Designed to withstand even the most extreme weather conditions, the combination of stripes and plains work together to deliver a classic, timeless look.
London-based designer Gergei Erdei’s Herculaneum collection takes its inspiration from the 70s jetsetter lifestyle of Florida, Palm Beach and the Italian riviera. The sun-drenched range includes many of Erdei’s signature motifs, with tablecloths printed with the images of the Herculaneum ruins and stripes mimicking the parasols found on the Amalfi coast.
The Future Now is the latest collection of luxury ceramics from sustainability-led Australian design studio Marloe Marloe. This season, founder Marloe Morgan explores an idea which is more relevant than ever: that in our fractured experiences, there is immense beauty to be found. Bridging the gap between form and function, each piece is designed is guaranteed to add interest to any space.
John Lewis x Matthew Williamson
The Matthew Williamson homeware collection for John Lewis embodies the designer’s colourful and eclectic aesthetic. Spanning cushions to bedding, mirrors to lamps, everything is designed to encourage customers to be bolder with their design choices. Even better – it’s all made with sustainability and British craftsmanship in mind.
Hadeda x Tiles Of Ezra
Founded by Australian interior designer Georgie Ezra, Tiles of Ezra is where you’ll find a range of Moroccan Zellige tiles, all cut, shaped and glazed by hand. Available in 34 colours, the Mosaic collection is made using authentic techniques, and suitable for walls, worktops and floors. Plus, they come in pre-assembled light panel sheets for easy installation.
London Design Week
This much anticipated event at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour promises to be full of creative ideas for the season ahead. Hear from a stellar line-up of renowned speakers at in-person panel events – and meet established makers and luxury brands including Jake Arnold, Isabella Worsley, Minnie Kemp, Rupert Cunningham and Alexandria Dauley.
It's estimated that more than 55m litres of paint go to waste in the UK ever year. YesColours is the eco-conscious paint brand aiming to stop tricky-to-recycle paint tins going straight to landfill. Its alternative packing solution comes in one-litre sizes, so customers can more accurately order what they need, and the materials are more widely recyclable.
Sisters Claudia and Alexia love vintage textiles and artwork – together, their joint archive dates as far back as the 1800s and is one of the largest privately owned collections of textile design artworks. Now, each artwork in the archive has been reworked into limited editions of 500. Think of this as your chance to own art at a more affordable price.
Rebecca Udall Gingham
This gingham range comprises several pieces in a spring colour palette of dusty pink, denim blue and taupe. Take your pick from frilled placemats, tablecloths, cushions and more – ideal for freshening up tablescapes and interior spaces.
Shades of Cool
Traditionally, dohars – lightweight blankets made of cotton voile and gauze – were the reserve of Indian maharajahs and rarely sold into European markets. Now, Shades of Cool London has released one made from three layers of superior quality, super soft, finely woven, 100% ethically sourced ‘mul mul’ cotton. The layers trap cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter – clever and seriously stylish.
London Basin Showroom
We’ve long been fans of the London Basin Company and now, you can see the full range in person at a new showroom at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. In addition to the main range, the showroom includes the wider bathroom collection, including vanity units, taps and accessories.