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Making Shapes

Jennifer Manners Design and interior design studio Zulufish have come together to create a new four-piece rug collection that explores a myriad of textures, techniques and architectural shapes.

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A Roman Garden Reimagined

A new wallcovering from Iksel Decorative Arts, 'Livia's Garden' takes inspiration from one of Rome's most underrated treasures

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man of parts savignyplatz console

Sculpted in Wood

Sebastian Herkner's Savignyplatz collection for Man of Parts (available at Tollgard) was inspired by the work of sculptor Henry Moore, where negative space is as important as solid mass.

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Artist Diane Hill with her Harlequin fabric and wallpaper collection

Owning the Room

Artist Diane Hill's collaboration with Harlequin celebrates chinoiserie with a twist, using bold colour to bring a fresher look to interiors.

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Between The Lines

A simple idea with a raft of ways to execute it; 'Deck Chair' is a new striped tile design from Artisans of Devizes.

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Gazebo Vine fabric by Travers

Up the Garden Path

Travers' Garden Club collection celebrates the freshness and beauty of the great outdoors, from archive-inspired prints to a collaboration with a Californian artist.

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Lily Pad rug, Kit Kemp x Annie Selke at Andrew Martin

A Transatlantic Collaboration

Kit Kemp has teamed up with Annie Selke to produce a rug collection – a meeting of minds for the two textile-loving designers. Find it at Andrew Martin.

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Perfect Pairings

Porta Romana has produced a new collection that brings versatility to its lighting while reducing waste: lamp bases have been reinvented with lively glazes and glass colours, then paired with shades made from Colefax and Fowler fabric off-cuts.

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Crafted in Fabric

Métaphores is known for stylish fabrics with French flair, imbued with technical know-how. All of that comes together with Craft Galerie, a new collection that aims to emulate materials such as clay, wood and leather in textiles.

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Fresh Water

Discover more about French-Canadian brassware brand Riobel, a recent addition to the House of Rohl showroom.

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Rustic Meets Industrial

West One Bathrooms has introduced a new collection of ceramic bathroom pendants, whose muted colour scheme was inspired by Irish brand Mullan Lighting's rural surroundings.

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Blossoming Talent

Pierre Frey's latest collection was designed by children, as the results are as playful and imaginative as you would expect.

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Canine Comforts

Andrew Martin has launched a collection of nine cushions featuring various dogs – and one bunny – from artist Holly Frean's archives.

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Heading for Utopia

Using hemp, linen and recycled materials, Hodsoll McKenzie's new fabric collection is a step towards a more sustainable textile industry.

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Fantasy Worlds

French illustration studio Icinori has created two new designs for Dedar – both featuring fantastical scenes drawn from nature and architecture

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Creative with Craft

Arteriors has teamed up with an architecture and design studio for the first time, partnering with New York studio Workshop APD for a collection that celebrates craftsmanship and the act of making.

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Golden Age

Gallotti&Radice's 'President Junior' desk hits its 50th year with a special gold version, and cements a revival of 1970s furniture.

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The Scenic Route

There's a taste for the fantastical in interiors this season, with Jane Churchill's 'Wildwood' fabric from Colefax and Fowler a prime example.

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Soften the Sound

Rubelli has worked with Milanese acoustic-panel specialist Slalom to come up with its own sound-absorbing products, made from a selection of its fabrics. 

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Decorate, Cabana Style

Cabana founder Martina Mondadori was inspired by art, fashion and global travel to create a new collection of fabrics, wallcoverings and trim for Schumacher.

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Friendly Forms

Sculptural, monolithic furniture with gentle curves such as Pierre Frey's Litho collection is in the spotlight at the moment; upholstered with tactile materials, these are pieces that contrast purity of form with an irresistible tactility and a certain friendliness.

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Long Live the Resistance

Lewis & Wood's Wax Works collection puts an ancient technique in the spotlight, the art of wax-resist dying.

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A Bee’s-Eye View

New to George Spencer Designs, US brand Zak+Fox's Apiary collection is inspired by the journey of a worker bee, paying tribute to man's reliance on these critical insects and their importance to the planet's ecology.

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Performance Pieces

A new Armani Casa wallcoverings collection has landed at Altfield. Made by Milanese design house Jannelli&Volpi, Precious Fibers 3 uses materials such as silk, lurex and velvet, and has a romantic side to it – all of the products are named after operas or ballets.

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Deeper Roots

S Harris has teamed up with designers from the Black Artists + Designers Guild (BADG) for a collection centred around the history and heritage of three culturally rich parts of the world – with "responsible inspiration" the key to creating products with integrity that respect the source of each design.

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Making Waves

Tollgard has entered the rarefied world of limited-edition collectible furniture, thanks to a collaboration with modern stonemasonry The Refined Workshop.

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Rejoice in Nature

Get lost in a world of fantasy and nature with Jabula, a collaboration between Cole & Son and South Africa's Ardmore, which makes ceramics and decorating products inspired by native flora and fauna.

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Capturing the City

While many outdoor fabric collections take their creative cues from the natural world, Studiopepe headed in the opposite direction for their new collection for Élitis: Archiutopia features motifs taken from architecture that become abstract by their repetition.

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Technicolour Dream

British designer Peter Saville has once again collaborated with Kvadrat on a collection of textiles – and this one has a woolly story about its origins. Technicolour is named after the multi-coloured spray-paint that farmers use on sheep to help identify them in the flock.

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Light Waves

Italian brand Giorgetti has used its masterful knowledge of working with timber to create the 'Dunes' pendant, available at Tollgard.

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