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 intricately handmade lighting to exciting collaborations, here’s everything to have on your radar this January.

The Yellow World x Summerill & Bishop

This new collection includes a colourful array of signature Summerill & Bishop prints and colours, but with a twist. Drawing inspiration from Josef Albers and introducing Summerill & Bishop’s first small tablecloth (influenced by all those lockdown date nights), this collection includes napkins and tablecloths in six different colourways. 
Visit TheYellowWorld.co.uk

Candle Flair

With over 35 colours and three heights to choose from, the elegantly tapered dinner candles from Candle Flair are all you need to complete your table setting. There are also more contemporary designs on offer, such as the Ribbon, Twist and Swirl, all of which are hand dipped and made from natural unscented wax with 100% cotton wicks.  
Visit CandleFlair.com

Naomi Paul Lighting

Using hand crochet to make unique silhouettes across her collection, Naomi Paul is an exciting name in lighting right now. Each piece is handmade and, although the shape of her lights is simple, the techniques involved are complex and technical. They’re an investment, but each one is also a work of art.
Visit NaomiPaul.co.uk


Combining contemporary designs with bold shades, the new compact sink range from Claybrook Studio uses marble-based moulded stone technology to create neat but visually striking bathroom fixtures. Ideal for a small space where you want to make a bit of a statement, we love all of the six colour options.
Visit ClaybrookStudio.co.uk

Zoe Glencross x Osborn Studio

After Zoe Glencross worked with interior designer Bee Osborn on her Cotswold cottage, teaming up on a new fabric collection together felt like the next logical step. The range includes a selection of natural, elegant designs that would work in both urban and country homes and features five designs in 13 colours.
Visit ZoeGlencross.com

Table Love

Table Love was founded by Swedish interiors editor Roberta Ellingsen and the designs are inspired by her life – a childhood in the Middle East and Asia, a career as a magazine style editor in the UK and interior architect in Milan, and a recent sabbatical in Alps. From scallop edges to intricately embroidered borders, Roberta’s napkin range is as contemporary as it is classic. Be sure to browse her napkin rings, too – we love the porcelain Orb.
Visit TheTableLove.com

Dado Atelier x Daydress

A former creative director of House & Garden, Gabby Deeming established her fashion brand back in 2017 with a small collection of hand-block printed cotton dresses – all of which were reminiscent of 18th-century Indian and French prints. Now, she’s launched her first wallpaper collection in collaboration with Dado Atelier. Available in a selection of pretty colours, the designs reflect Gabby’s global influences and could work in any home.
Visit DadoAtelier.com

Dining Chair Co

Specialising in bespoke, hand-crafted furniture, the Dining Chair Co is the interior designer’s secret go-to for dining tables, upholstered dining chairs, stools and benches. Bringing together a collection of high-quality pieces in an array of shapes, styles and sizes, you can choose any design to be covered in a fabric of your choice – resulting in a truly bespoke piece.
Visit DiningChair.co.uk

Collection Noir

Founded by interior designer Samantha Wilson, Collection Noir aims to bridge the gap between the natural world and luxury. Launching this spring, the Timeless series celebrates age-old craftsmanship and has been designed by Samantha and made in the UK. Look out for cushion covers made from Irish linen and striking Italian marble side tables.
Visit CollectionNoir.com

Patton House

Founded by sisters Charlotte and Georgina, all the pieces from new brand Patton House have been handcrafted in a workshop in southern India, using centuries-old traditions of dyeing, weaving and block printing. The Ottilie curved lampshade is truly unique, while the Bobbin bases come in irresistibly bright colours. 
Visit PattonHouse.co.uk

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