What’s New In Interiors This Month
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Drawing on over 35 years’ experience designing and making high-end products for over 100 luxury international hotels, Charles Orchard has created an own-label furniture and accessory range you can buy online. His first collection features rattan furniture influenced by both Burmese colonial and English traditional designs. Lacquer pieces, in candy shop colours, are equally vibrant thanks to hand-applied painted finishes. Look out for surprising hidden details such as colour pops inside, outside and underneath.
Rothschild & Bickers
Luxury British handblown-glass lighting studio Rothschild & Bickers has launched its Nouveau collection of luminaires. Sculptural silhouettes balance functionality with aesthetic to effortlessly add colour and illumination to any interior space. Inspired by the undulating natural forms and gentle sweeping curves found in art nouveau architecture and design, the collection features two beautiful pendant shapes – Nouveau Bell and Nouveau Open – and a Nouveau Bell wall light.
The new Breakfast collection from fashion designer turned ceramicist Henry Holland is a celebration of checkerboard. “I’ve had lots of fun building this new collection, bringing in functional and sculptural designs that will add serious impact to the breakfast table,” Henry says. “I’ve focused on a new checkerboard pattern, using fresh new colours in a nod to the traditional greasy spoon café.” Layer shapes and colours to create an eclectic curation that works in the city or country.
We’ve been enjoying Mila London’s designs since their launch last year, and the new range of cheerful ceramics has tempted us again. Inspired by the colourful, deep water of the Tyrrhenian sea, the Aeolian collection is a celebration of nature that has us day-dreaming of the summer to come.
London Art Fair
Looking to fill an empty wall? London Art Fair returns from 20th to 24th April, bringing together the best galleries from the UK and beyond. The fair will present both seasoned and aspiring collectors with some diverse modern and contemporary art, alongside curated displays and an inspiring programme of talks and panel discussions. Expect to see work from newcomers as well as renowned artists including David Hockney and Bridget Riley.
Polkra x Jess Wheeler
With a hand-painted squiggle design, these vibrant linen napkins will bring a bold accent to a table setting. Jess’s inspiration was the delicacy of the leaves and flowers that surround her in the beautiful foothills of north Wales’s Berwyn mountains, where her workshop is based. Jess explains, “Watching the natural world shift according to the changing seasons, these napkins translate the nostalgia of nature in summer and capture the energy of happiness we feel when surrounded by people you love around a table.”
Faro Home has some beautiful spring colourways for their Anouk and Baroque tablecloths, as well as some new hand-embroidered napkins. Choose from a range of vibrant block-printed designs that will set the scene for a cheerful, seasonal table.
Soho Home x Eva Sonaike
Soho Home has collaborated with designer Eva Sonaike on a new collection of eight limited-edition pieces. The range focuses on Eva’s distinctive West African aesthetic and unflinching use of colour and pattern, with exclusive Soho Home pieces reworked in her Ljoba and Okan fabrics. “Each design represents a time, place or feeling, and the prints I've used for this collection are inspired by a visit to the Aburi Botanical Gardens in Ghana. It's a different take on the idea of floral,” says Eva.
Penny Morrison Furniture
British design studio and lifestyle brand Penny Morrison is known for its harmonious spaces which feature mismatched colours, unexpected pieces and bright patterns. Its newest interiors addition is a furniture range that exudes spontaneity and sophistication. Mix and match slipper chairs, ottomans, benches and stools in stunning textiles and embroidery details to finish your room in style.
Lily & Lionel x Katie Leamon
Taking some of Lily & Lionel’s best loved and newly released prints, this collection from London-based stationery designer Katie Leamon offers gorgeous floral and bold animal designs across a luxury range of high-quality, sustainable notebooks, cards and gift wrap. Perfect for a spring stationery update and summer celebrations.
Homeware brand Rebecca Udall is about to launch a range of ready-to-ship bedding and towels for the first time (previously they’ve only been available as made to order). Available from late April, the scalloped designs will have trim options in three colours for bed and four for bath. Double, king and super king-sized bedding can be paired with dusty pink, asparagus or white trim to complement the white of the cotton.
Holly Marler joined Cath Kidston as creative director in autumn last year, having worked at Liberty, Temperley London and Alexander McQueen. Her background as a print designer has brought a refreshed purpose to the brand, breathing fresh life to the product range, but her spring homeware designs remain loyal to the Cath Kidston aesthetic.
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