A younger generation are rediscovering a more traditional style of decorating. Whether it's simply the inevitable swing of the pendulum between one style and another, or something deeper at work, it's a look that is deeply nostalgic. Click to read more...

Gallotti&Radice's 'Monete' table – Italian for 'coins' – has a clever sculptural design that resembles slotted-together pennies, with a burnished metal finish that's unique to each piece. Click to read more...

As part of London Design Week 2021, the Design Centre asked top designers to choose their favourite products from this season’s new collections: Carden Cunietti make their selection here, or see an edit of their choices in the Design Avenue. Click to read more...

Made in David Hunt Lighting's Cotswolds workshop, this 'Panther' light is perfect for interiors in need of some unabashed glamour. Click to read more...

The FT How to Spend It Restaurant has been London Design Week 2021's buzzy social hub, kicking off the reopening of indoor dining in style. Click to read more...

In-house events returned to the Design Centre for London Design Week 2021, with the show’s Access All Areas programme taking place across several showrooms – providing that wholly necessary human dimension to design that’s been missing. Click to read more...

Supplementing all that's on offer in the showrooms, London Design Week 2021 is also playing host to a dozen House Guests in the Design Avenue. From finely crafted furniture to paint, surface design and lighting, these brands all stand out for their commitment to individual, expressive design. Click to read more...

As part of London Design Week 2021, the Design Centre asked top designers to choose their favourite products from this season’s new collections: Sophie Elborne makes her selection here, or see an edit of her choices in the Design Avenue. Click to read more...

Rubelli could not let the 1,600th birthday of its home city, Venice, pass without fanfare, so it has created a luxurious silk damask to mark the occasion. Click to read more...

Casamance's latest Nelson fabric collection is named after George Nelson, the founder of modernist design in America – and celebrates an age when the "form follows function" mantra of the Bauhaus movement was rippling around the world. Click to read more...

Outdoor furniture and fabrics are where technical innovation meets imaginative design. From a design perspective, these are exciting times for those looking to create a garden, terrace, yacht sundeck or poolside with personality and soul. Discover the latest products here. Click to read more...

Black Edition's Zafaro collection takes strong geometric shapes and then blurs the edges – bringing softness and movement to the fabrics and wallcoverings that really sings. Click to read more...

"Welcome to Iceland" says Chase Erwin's Kristine Erwin, introducing the new Mineral collection – inspired by the country's famed natural beauty – for London Design Week 2021. Click to read more...

From ordinary houses to the grandest palaces, buildings of all shapes and sizes are providing fertile inspiration for wallcovering designers. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...

"Arrowroot is the Rolls-Royce of grasscloths; it almost has the lustre of raw silk" says Philip Bershad, president of Phillip Jeffries, introducing the latest Resort collection as part of London Design Week 2021's virtual programme. Click to read more...

Peter Gomez, lead designer for Zoffany, introduces the brand's new Kensington Walk collection – inspired by the leafy London enclave known for its artistic links – as part of London Design Week 2021's virtual programme. Click to read more...

"Everyone has their own doodle, unique to them. We thought that was a really interesting premise," says Lori Weitzner, introducing her latest Making Our Mark collection. Her design studio's doodles are not your average casual scribbles, and have been translated into fabric and wallpaper designs that are sophisticated and tactile. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...

Iksel – Decorative Arts' new collection trains its eye on some of the most alluring scenes in art history, from Renaissance paintings to Ottoman palaces. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...

Turnstyle Designs' Sonar and Echo collections elevate kitchen cabinetry to new heights with tactile designs and an impressive array of finishes. Click to read more...

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. Click to read more...