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 stunning furniture to intricate placemats, here’s everything to have on your radar this July.


Luxury interiors brand Anbôise was founded by esteemed designer Annabelle Holland and her husband, Anthony Everard, to showcase its new range of in-house, British-made furniture together with a selection of antiques and art, and allow customers to layer these elements successfully into their own homes. We love the muted colour palette and show-stopping headboards – plus, there are plenty of accessories to incorporate into your existing spaces.

Visit Anboise.com

Partnership Editions Photography

Staying true to its philosophy of supporting emerging talent, Partnership Editions is adding photography to its growing portfolio. Launching with the debut collections of two photographers – Lily Betrand-Webb and Lottie Hampson – all photographs are limited edition, with prices starting from £175.

Visit PartnershipEditions.com

Georgie Wykeham Furniture

Handmade in England using sustainably sourced wood, this new range of furniture from interior designer Georgie Wykeham is guaranteed to make a real statement. Anything in the ‘Colourist’ range can be painted in the shade of your choice, in either a matte or gloss finish, with pieces inspired by the shape and detail of traditional antiques – only updated with a more contemporary finish.

Visit GeorgieWykehamDesigns.com


New from one of the most luxe homeware brands, these Bonadea exclusive 'Valver Azul' placemats by Los Encajeros will offer a colourful and whimsical backdrop to any table setting. Inspired by azure blue skies and ripe summer berries, the placemats are crafted from blue linen and come with a striking embroidered detail, reminiscent of an artist’s brushstrokes. 

Visit Bonadea.com

Sascal Studio x Odd Chair Company

This beautiful new Wave Ladderback Chair puts a modern twist on an original 19th-century design. Handmade in the UK by a team of master carvers and highly skilled craftspeople, this particular chair takes several days to make, with the rush seating alone taking up to a day to complete. The end result is a beautifully handcrafted, comfortable and unique piece, which will work either in a dining room or to fill an empty corner.

Visit TheOddChairCompany.com

Ca’ Pietra Pottery Range

Inspired by Italian pottery, this new porcelain tile is suitable for interior walls and floors, as well as exterior walls, and is available in both square and brick formats. Reminiscent of artisans who work by hand to create authentic and eclectic designs in their rural workshops, the collection features strong shading and tonal variations for a unique finish. Choose from five shades – Kale, Khaki, Natural, Oatmeal and Ocean.

Visit CaPietra.com

Pooky Rechargeable Lamp

The Phileas lamp – designed by fashion maverick Matthew Williamson for lighting brand Pooky – is now available for pre-order. Usually eye-wateringly expensive or quite unattractive, this rechargeable design is small yet stylish – not to mention reasonably priced. Pair it with any shade you wish, depending on the look you’re going for and use it inside or out – complete with a bulb and charger, it should stay lit for up to ten hours. 

Visit Pooky.com


During the first lockdown, sisters Katie and Georgie Barber founded Haule – a second-hand furniture and homeware market which connects buyers and sellers via a single platform. Alongside a passion for good design, the company is also driven by its environmental purpose, too. Around 22 million pieces of furniture are discarded in the UK each year, most of which heads straight to landfill. Launching later this month, Haule is offering homeware products from a select group of 25 sellers, with plans to grow to 100 sellers within a year.

Visit haule.co.uk

The Way We Live London

Founded in 2020, The Way We Live London is a small family business born out of the belief that even the most functional items can still express style and personality. The result is a unique selection of unusual handmade basins and vanity units. Whether you’re looking for a statement piece or have something more subtle in mind, this small but well-curated range is guaranteed to please.

Visit TheWayWeLiveLondon.com 

Hampton Scallops

Interior designer Camilla Hampton has designed and made a range of scallop edges to use as trims around the house. Suitable for edging shelves, detailing around door frames and architraves or adding a circus tent effect to ceiling mouldings, chose from Coco, a mid-size scallop, Louli, which is daintier, Miami for a more decorative finish and Willa for a well-defined curve. Please note they come unpainted. Prices from £13.50 - £41

Visit CamillaHampton.com


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