Holland & Sherry often taps into its tailoring roots for its collections, and Carnaby draws on the vibrant cultural explosion of 1960s London.
The Couturier of Metal
Founded by a fourth-generation blacksmith, Italian metal design specialist De Castelli's new collection is inspired by the beautiful decay of Venice.
Keep It Surreal
Jennifer Shorto's wallcoverings and textiles defy easy categorisation when it comes to style, reflecting the magpie eye of Shorto herself.
Catch the Wave
The sinuous 'Bowl No.1' basin by Italian marble specialist Kreoo, new to West One Bathrooms, is inspired by the shape of an opening flower.
Meet the Showroom: Kingcome
If you've visited the Colefax and Fowler showroom recently, you will have noticed that it now walks through into a new showroom housing sister brand Kingcome. Explore its hand-made British furniture here, guided by the Colefax Group's Tim Green.
SA Baxter Architectural Hardware's Bernoulli Suite collection is inspired by the aerodynamic shape of an aeroplane wing – and named after a Swiss inventor whose discoveries made flight possible.
The Path to Sustainability
"We are what we do" states Rubelli's first-ever sustainability report, a look behind the scenes that details both its innovative textiles and the social benefits it champions in its native Venice
Tour de Force
Pierre Frey has launched a collection inspired by archive drawings and canvases from the 1920s by Elise Djo-Bourgeois, who is being rediscovered as one of the great female French designers of the early 20th century.
Artisans of Devizes' 'Reform' tiles are made from 60% recycled stone, blending a natural, tumbled appearance with a colour palette that's a few shades brighter than a solid stone.
Meet the Showroom: Modern British Kitchens
This new showroom is the place to truly appreciate craftsmanship up close, as well as all the other elements that make up the perfect bespoke kitchen, from clever storage ideas to beautiful materials and top-level appliances.
Texture meets technical mastery in Black Edition's latest releases for Romo, with bouclé, velvet, chenille and silk creating a sense of three dimensionality in fabrics, and grasscloth and raffia delivering a sophisticated look for wallcoverings.
A Victorian Villa Restored
Natascha Dartnall of ND Studios describes this Hertfordshire project as "a fresh modern take on a period property," incorporating her clients' existing treasures while introducing colour, pattern, warmth and practicality.
Interior designer Henry Prideaux and Jennifer Manners have collaborated on the 'Rondel' rug, inspired by art deco and Regency neoclassical architecture, and made from plastic water bottles.
Celebrating the link between creativity and far-flung destinations, Victoria + Albert Baths has released Wanderlust, a new palette inspired by travel.
Meet the Showroom: The Specified
"There’s a certain ambience that defines Australian style" – Vange Markou, founder of The Specified, explains how the Design Centre East showroom is bringing Antipodean brands to a wider audience.
Originally designed by one of Italy's great 20th-century masters, Franco Albini, this 'Poltrona Bergère 1939' chair is new at Tollgard, from Italian outdoor furniture specialist Exteta.
Sculptural Lighting with a Story
Decorative lighting should look just as good when it is turned off as when it is on. Discover these new products that not only have strong, sculptural shapes, but an interesting story to tell.
Made to Perform
US brand Perennials has moved into a whole new category of premier high-performance fabrics with the launch of 'Hi 'n Dri', a vegan leather that can be used inside and out, from yacht decks to chic poolside terraces.
"It would work equally well in a room with antiques as with contemporary art" – Emma Sims-Hilditch on her new rug with Tim Page Carpets, traditionally hand-woven in India.
Three New Lighting Collaborations to Know
Anticipating the Design Centre's Lighting by Design show, explore some of the latest lighting products from the showrooms, all of which have creative partnerships at their heart.
To celebrate the launch its new antique brass matt finish, Samuel Heath has partnered with four leading interior design firms to create moodboards for its Design Centre showroom window.
Kinder for Contract
Belgian brand Omexco saw how the use of PVC and other virgin plastics was compromising the sustainability of contract wallcoverings, and has developed a new collection that is better for the environment.
The Velvet Hour
Alter Ego is a capsule collection of cut velvets from George Spencer Designs, with a sensuous and tactile feel, and a rich approach to colour.
Meet the Showroom: Robert Langford
Robert Knapp, founder of Robert Langford, explains more about his new Design Centre showroom – the British manufacturing success story behind the designs, and why "our service is unmatched in the industry, in my humble opinion..."
Fashion designer Stella McCartney's interiors debut is a fungi-themed wallcovering for Cole & Son that has ambitions to push the sustainability agenda.
Nobilis' outdoor furniture and fabrics, designed by Humbert & Poyet, are a tribute to the golden age of the South of France in the 20th century.
Meet the Showroom: Antique Modern Mix
"We think vintage and antique pieces are classic, like a Chanel bag or a fitted shirt" – discover more about Antique Modern Mix, a new arrival at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.
Papers from the Past
Watts' Bodley Papers collection of wallcoverings pays homage to four 19th-century designs, digitally printed from the Victorian pearwood blocks to preserve all the subtleties of the originals.
The New Language of Workplace Design
Interior design studio Kitesgrove transforms a listed Mayfair townhouse into an enviable office with a distinctly domestic feel, sourcing from many of the Design Centre's showrooms to fulfil its creative brief.
Brunschwig & Fils' latest collection is inspired by Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, a sumptuous meeting point of old and new, and east and west.