What's New In Interiors This Month
What's New In Interiors This Month

What's New In Interiors This Month

The interiors world is brimming with new products and collections this month. From stunning tablemats to the show home worth the visit, here’s what to have on your radar right now.
By Georgina Blaskey

Buchanan Studio 

Buchanan Studio launches their first range of fabrics with five patterns in twelve
different colourways. The collection includes the studio’s wide stripe fabric (previously featured on their iconic Studio Chair) as well as a selection of velvet checks, romantic florals and some classic stripe variations. The fabric collection is available to order by request via Buchanan Studio’s website or the company’s studio just off Golborne Road by appointment at: Unit 2, Buspace Studios, Conlan Street (entrance on Middle Row) W10 5AP.

Visit Buchanan.studio



WOW!house is Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s first ever designer show house. Each room is conceived by a different interior designer, who has sourced pieces and materials to bring their vision to life. Head down to see room sets from Rita Konig, Turner Pocock, Joanna Plant and Paolo Moschino – to name a few – with the project sponsored by household names including Colefax & Fowler, Julian Chichester, Schumacher, Pierre Frey and Tissus d’Helene. This beautiful watercolour by Philip Hooper is of the main drawing room - designed by Philip along with his fellow MD of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, Emma Burns. From 1st June - 1st July, tickets are available to book now.

Visit DCCH.co.uk

Malin Pierre

Malin Pierre is a Swedish artist working primarily with glass. Right now, we’re loving her Gelato collection of three handblown glass pieces inspired by iconic Italian ice cream flavours Fragola, Lampone and Limone. Malin also makes unique art pieces and smaller-batch glass selections.

Visit MalinPierre.se

Buster + Punch

Buster + Punch has come up with a custom-built, modular, freestanding kitchen. Configured online and made with the same precision engineering as its acclaimed solid metal hardware, expect the quality you’d find in bespoke furniture. Choose from two frame options, three cabinet colour ways, and three worktops, all designed around the brand’s renowned hardware ranges.

Visit BusterAndPunch.com

Daughters of Gaea

Founded by Felicity Marshall, Daughters of Gaea works with female-led artisan groups around the world who use natural, sustainable materials and low-impact dyes. Its debut collection of hand-block textiles has been printed in partnership with Tharangini Studios, Bangalore’s oldest handcraft textiles studio, which promotes gender equality, fair wages and profit-sharing.

Visit DaughtersOfGaea.com


Soto delivers outside plants, pots and accessories in just a few clicks. Founders and husband-and-wife team Jamie and Laura Felstead have brought on award-winning garden designer Will Williams – the youngest ever RHS Young Designer of the Year – as creative director. Simply choose the collection that best matches your garden style, and filter by aspect and space to find what you’re looking for.

Visit SotoGardens.com

Susie Watson

Susie started her eponymous brand in 1999 to create everyday pieces that were both beautiful and suitable for daily life. Passionate about anything handmade, Susie designs all her collections with help from her small team. This season, we have our eye on the oversized cushions – perfect for lounging in the garden on long sunny days.

Visit SusieWatsonDesigns.co.uk

Nina Campbell x Fine Cell Work

Nina Campbell’s latest interiors collaboration with Fine Cell Work will coincide with this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, where the charity will unveil the Stitchers’ Garden to mark its 25th anniversary. The floral-inspired collaboration of stationery, desk accessories and tableware will be available from 10th May, with 10% of proceeds going to support the charity’s work – training and paying prisoners to undertake skilled craftwork from their cells and workshops.

Visit NinaCampbell.com


The Claybrook outdoor collection includes some of the brand’s bestselling floor tiles, all of which have increased slip resistance to make them weather-proof, while wall tiles are both water and frost resistant too. Perfect for patios, gardens or balconies, they’ll help you transform your outdoor space and allowing it to seamlessly flow from inside to out.

Visit ClaybrookStudio.co.uk

The Hand Sale

For beautifully handmade home and fashion, The Hand Sale champions small brands which pride themselves on designing and producing carefully made clothing and homeware. The next sale is 11-13th May at St Mary Abbotts Centre W8 4HN. There's a special raffle to raise money for Ukraine - you can also buy raffle tickets online if you can't go to the sale.

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Daisy Emerson

Artist Daisy Emerson handmakes and paints original and screen printed works, using positive and uplifting words such as 'Wonderful' and 'Lovely' to spark joy and uplift. Following many enquiries about framing, Daisy designed these bobbin frames to produce something a little bit different, which are made in the UK and colour-matched to the prints themselves. 

Visit DaisyEmerson.com

Mercedes Salazar

This beautiful homeware collection is perfect for summer. Delicate and decorative, all the pieces are made using handwoven palm leaves so the sun can filter through the intricate patterns, dappling your table in pretty patterns of light and shade. Requiring eight to16 hours to complete, everything in the range is a true work of art.

Visit MercedesSalazar.com


Staying true to its DNA of rich patterns and bold tones, Balu’s latest tableware collection celebrates the best of British summertime. We love the Flowerama set – look out for corresponding menus and place cards to complete your table. Either buy and write on the designs yourself, or let Balu know the details so the team can personalise everything for you. 

Available at BaluLondon.co.uk from 10th May.

Kitri x Amuse La Bouche

Taking inspiration from 1970s Slim Aarons photography, Kitri has just launched its first homeware collection in collaboration with Amuse La Bouche. The edit includes plenty of bright colours and prints, as well as Amuse La Bouche’s signature ruffled edges in reversible designs. Choose from cushion covers, napkins, table runners, tea towels and more.

Visit KitriStudio.com

Light Stylist 

Light Stylist has more than 30 years of collective experience in hand-making bespoke lampshades. Based in Surrey, British/South African mother and daughter duo, Lee and Andrea, specialise in hand-crafting lampshades from a range of materials including raffia, paper-weave, fabric and wallpaper. Their online shop offers some of the latest designs but they will also work with you on a bespoke commission.

Visit LightStylist.co.uk



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