Category: Latest Products
Italian brand Giorgetti has used its masterful knowledge of working with timber to create the 'Dunes' pendant, available at Tollgard.
Hues from History
Colony is hosting a new brand in its showroom, British paint company Mylands. Discover its new Archive collection, derived from historical sources.
Identified by the United Nations as a "future fibre", abacá is something of a super plant when it comes to sustainability. Topfloor by Esti has launched two new collections of rugs that combine the material's best natural qualities with a strong, graphic aesthetic.
Tweet tweet! Designed by Kit Kemp and her daughter Minnie, Porta Romana’s Rockin’ Robin collection brings a playful touch to lighting design.
De Le Cuona has followed up the launch of its organic linen collection, Pure, with a bedlinen range made from the same groundbreaking textiles.
A Painterly Approach
Richard Smith spent a career designing for some of the world's best-known fabric and wallpaper studios before setting up his own brand, Madeaux, in 2011. His latest Samarkand collection is typically vibrant and eclectic.
A Different Facet
With their luxuriously weighty quality, and glowing colours, Bella Figura’s ‘Diamond’ lamps are one of the lighting company's most beloved products. They are made in the glassblowing centre of Italy, Murano, and have a heritage steeped in family tradition, craftsmanship and artisan skill.
Hand-weaving from Laos
"Nowhere had we seen such intricate patterns and skilled weaving before": Daniel Marcus, co-founder and CEO of Soie de Lune, explains how Lao silk-weaving stole his heart.
Where There’s a Wall
Arte's 'Camber' wallcovering, made from capiz shells, ably demonstrates the artisan approach that the company takes for every collection. Discover here how it gets from the sea to the wall.
The Stamp of Approval
Schumacher has an ethos for joyful, uplifting colour and pattern that is a match made in heaven with British textile designer Molly Mahon's hand-block prints. Her latest collection, for the brand, Greencombe, is a celebration of verdant English gardens and wild flowers.
A Millennia of Knowhow
Aït Manos is the go-to Moroccan tile manufacturer for designers all over the world. An outstanding example of craftsmanship, its traditional zellige tiles are made in Casablanca by sixth- and seventh-generation artisans.
The Ripple Effect
Two new collections from Davidson London are inspired by earth and space, with Abstract's clean lines coming from contemporary architecture and Starlight's rippled surface taken from galactic filaments
For Porta Romana's Andrew Hills, the company's Surrey workshop is its beating heart. Take a tour and discover some new products and the craftsmanship behind them.
Accessories All Areas
Interest in home decorating has never been higher, which is perhaps why Arteriors has recently seen a rise in sales of its accessories. With this in mind, the showroom has put together a range of 31 key pieces, launched as part of London Design Week 2021.
The New Nordic
Tollgård regularly adds to the roster of international brands in its showroom, and has recently introduced two leading names in Nordic furniture design.
Fresh From the Foundry
SA Baxter Design Studio & Foundry's latest collections show the power of collaboration, and what happens when incredible manufacturing skills meet the creative mind of an interior designer.
A Decadent Age
Launched in celebration of Mulberry Home’s 30th year anniversary, Long Weekend is an eclectic collection of prints, stripes, embroidery and velvets that embodies the spirit of the decadent and flirtatious English house parties of the 1920s and 1930s.
Made in David Hunt Lighting's Cotswolds workshop, this 'Panther' light is perfect for interiors in need of some unabashed glamour.
Good on Paper
US stationery company Caspari sells some of the most chic paper goods on the market. Now, it has brought its eye for pattern and colour to interiors, in a collaboration with Pierre Frey.
The distinctive aesthetic of the Bloomsbury Group is the basis for George Spencer Designs' latest Sussex collection of wallpapers – and in particular Charleston, the South Downs farmhouse that served as the group's rural hideaway.
Carpet of Contrasts
Stark Carpet has added two collections of flatwoven rugs to its portfolio. Corsa fizzes with energy from its rainbow of hues, while Carbon takes a monochrome approach, finding creative expression in the contrast between black and white.
Beyond the Gallery
Esteemed French decorating company Élitis has a new sister brand, available at Abbott + Boyd. Asteré works with creatives who tread the line between fine art and design, infusing its wallcoverings with a level of artistic merit that you might find in a gallery.
A New Point of View
Iksel – Decorative Arts' new collection trains its eye on some of the most alluring scenes in art history, from Renaissance paintings to Ottoman palaces.
Beauty & History
New at Artisans of Devizes, explore the National Trust tile collection, inspired by the coast, countryside, gardens and houses cared for by the conservation charity.
The Finishing Touch
Turnstyle Designs' Sonar and Echo collections elevate kitchen cabinetry to new heights with tactile designs and an impressive array of finishes.
Knoll Textiles collaborates with the founders of Brooklyn-based Calico Wallpaper on a boldly scaled, art-led collection of three new products, available from StudioTex.
From Wall to Table
Lincrusta has lent one of its best-known wallcovering patterns, 'Italian Renaissance', to a tabletop collection for French porcelain company Raynaud.
Phillip Jeffries' opulent 'Gilded Ascent' wallcovering is made in a Japanese family-owned mill that has practiced the art of gilding for more than a century, with the metal leaf applied using chopsticks.
Passion for Pattern
Top US designer Jeffrey Bilhuber brings his amazing eye for pattern and colour to a new collection of fabrics for Le Gracieux, available at Tissus d'Hélène.
Pietro Russo's 'Manto' table for Gallotti&Radice demonstrates the Italian designer's simplicity-with-a-twist design ethos: the table's base wraps around alike a cloak, affixed with a satin brass 'button'.