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 durable yet pretty outdoor fabrics to hand-painted serving platters, here’s everything to have on your radar in June…

Vanrenen GW Designs

The latest lampshade drop from Vanrenen GW Designs have been made using vintage saris – making each one unique. With prices starting from £245, these are an investment piece, but they’re ideal for pulling a room together – plus, the shades are available in two different styles depending on your preference: gathered and scalloped. 

Visit VanrenenGWDesigns.com

Style Your Spaces

Creative director Katie Brigstock is founder of Style Your Spaces – a lifestyle, interiors and floristry studio based in Edinburgh. Now, she’s launched a homeware range which is available to shop online. From chequerboard tablecloths to ruffled gingham napkins, the selection is designed to celebrate those fun moments you spend sharing food with friends. 

Visit StyleYourSpaces.co.uk 

Penny Morrison Performance Fabrics

From interior designer Penny Morrison come these new stain-resistant, oil and water repellent, colourfast, flame retardant and 100% washable fabrics. The unique composition of the cloth gives it a soft and smooth finish, making it ideal for indoor or outdoor use. The range is also available in three different prints and colourways.

Visit PennyMorrison.com

Aromatherapy Associates Home

Enjoy some of Aromatherapy Associates’ best-selling scents at home with their new diffuser, known as The Atomsier. The revolutionary waterless design uses a powerful, yet ultra-quiet, air compression technology to disperse a micro-fine mist into the space, allowing you to instantly switch up and alter the feel and atmosphere of the room. Also, keep an eye out for a collaboration with New York-based The Laundress, which launches in early July. 

Visit AromatherapyAssociates.com

Late Afternoon

Launched during last March's lockdown, old friends Claire and Rose set out to help people to make their space feel more like their own with their company Late Afternoon. Based between London and Madrid (where Rose has been living and tracking down the store’s supplier for the past three years), the brand’s collection comprises unique, quality pieces, all at accessible prices. Plus, everything is made by artisans or by family businesses. 

Visit LateAfertnoon.co.uk

Susie Atkinson Bobbin Mirror

A fresh take on the traditional bobbin design, Susie Atkinson’s mirrors are now available in seven versatile colours to suit a range of interior styles. Ideal in a bathroom, hallway or bedroom, the frames are decorative without being overpowering, offering a pretty textured accent to any space.

Visit SusieAtkinson.com

Wicklewood x Edward Bulmer

Wicklewood has teamed up with sustainable paint brand Edward Bulmer to launch a series of inspirational and informative colour guides aimed at celebrating colour and timeless styling. In the first edition, you’ll find five cult paint colours – from soft pink to vibrant green – as well as expert tips on how to use them in your home.

Visit Wicklewood.com & EdwardBulmerPaint.co.uk

Scarlett and Sallis

Scarlett & Sallis was founded by friends India Holmes and Suzie Dowty last year, and is founded on their mutual appreciation for eclectic and eccentric objects – not to mention slightly wacky interiors. It’s this passion which led them to design their first product, the Trinket Tray, with more products on the way soon. 

Visit ScarlettAndSallis.co.uk

Rae Feather Tablelinen

In founder Rae Feather’s house, the dining table is central. “It's where I spend my down time and where memories are created – catching up with my kids, family and friends – plus, I love food,” she says. This new collection of hand-blocked, palm-printed table mats and matching napkins in vibrant summer colours are sure to bring a little joy to mealtimes.

Visit RaeFeather.com

Vaughan Chawton Collection

The latest collection from Vaughan is a combination of contemporary and classic pieces based on late 19th century and early 20th century design. Named after Chawton, a village in the Hampshire hills, the new collection pays homage to the brand’s English roots, specifically heritage, quality design and unique craftsmanship.

Visit VaughanDesigns.com


MADE.COM has announced its first giveaway with global platform Geev. Available in the UK for the first time, Geev is a user-friendly app offering customers a zero-waste, zero-cost solution to find a new home for their preloved furniture and homewares. Here’s how it works: first, make a purchase on MADE.COM and click 'get started' on the order success screen; then, choose from one of their five partner charities to follow the link through to Geev; from there, sign up to Geev and post an ad for your unwanted furniture or homewares; once your ad is validated and posted, MADE.COM will donate 10% of your order value to your chosen charity. Genius. 

Visit Made.com

The Table Stylist

Founded by a mother-and-daughter team, The Table Stylist was born out of a passion for beautiful tablescaping. Through its carefully curated boxes full of decorations and table accessories, they can help you create memorable moments and settings for any occasion. Boxes include a summer-themed Sandbanks edition and one with a sophisticated Parisian theme throughout.

Visit TableStylist.co.uk

Anthropologie x The Jacksons

Hosting a dinner party or have friends coming round for brunch? Give your table a humorous twist with these bright and cheerful placemats from The Jacksons, via their new collaboration with high-street hero Anthropologie. Woven in jute, choose from a range of playful designs in bold, fun colours.

Visit Anthropologie.com

Zara Flower Carrying Bag

The ideal gift – or treat for yourself – this carrying bag is astylish way to carry flowers back to your home or over to a friend’s house. Available in a pretty, delicate floral pattern, consider it the must-have interiors accessory of the summer.

Visit Zara.com

Lordfords x Bonhams Sale

Lorfords Antiques – one of the largest collections of decorative antiques in the world – will be hosting a sale with Bonhams at their showroom in Tetbury, and online, from now until 18th June. Marking the first time select pieces from the Lorfords  collection have been made available to purchase at auction, you can also tune into a live webinar on 8th June at 8pm to hear founder Toby Lorford share his perspective on buying and using antiques in modern design, with contributions from interior designers such as Guy Goodfellow, Virgina Tupker and Charlie Thomas Director of House Sales and Private Collections at Bonhams. The webinar is free to attend, with pre-registration available via the Lorfords website.

Visit LorfordsAntiques.com

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