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9 buzzy new interiors launches that will instantly refresh your home this season

Brighten up your home with these colourful new collections

8 new interiors launches that will instantly refresh your home for spring

If the arrival of spring makes you want to hit refresh on your homewares, look no further than these buzzy new interiors launches. Whether it’s chic scallop-edge bedding for your boudoir, Italian Riviera-inspired tableware for long al fresco lunches or thought-provoking ceramics by a top London artist, these pieces will instantly bring your home aesthetic straight up to date. Here we’ve rounded up the latest interiors launches to know about this season. 

The Liberty Garden

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

Liberty is known for its enormous archives of vintage fabrics, which have been a staple of the London department store since it first launched in 1875. Now it’s making its first foray into the great outdoors with the launch of The Liberty Garden, their first ever outdoor fabric collection. 

Depicted across three distinctive ‘garden rooms’, the collection reflects Liberty’s eclectic spirit, displaying reimagined archival classics alongside brand-new artworks on everything from parasols and cushion covers to elegant tablecloths. Expect ornamental florals juxtaposed with supernatural botanicals, geometric patterns and plenty of Liberty’s signature ditsy florals. 

libertyfabric.com

Rebecca Udall Bedding and Bath

Available from late April

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring
9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

Rebecca Udall founded her eponymous brand in 2019 as a way to bring fine European table linens and curated artisan homewares to the UK, offering everything from sweet gingham tablecloths and napkins to Murano glass carafes. After starting with an emphasis on made-to-order options, now the designer is branching out into ready-to-ship bedding and towels for the first time. 

Each of the elegant scalloped designs come with a range of different colourways adorning the trims – from dusty pink and vibrant asparagus to sky blue and navy – which you’ll find edging the crisp Egyptian cotton sheets and pillowcases, as well as the plush Portuguese cotton towels. The emphasis here is on craftsmanship and longevity, so you can expect these to be household staples for years to come. 

rebeccaudall.com

Gergei Erdei’s Herculaneum collection

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

The London-based former Gucci designer has been making waves over recent months with his colour-drenched neoclassical-inspired homewares, and his latest launch, Herculaneum, is his most talked-about collection yet. Inspired by 1970s glamour and the jet set lifestyles of Florida, Palm Beach and the Italian Riviera, it’s set to inject a heady dose of sunshine into your spring and summer tablescapes

Erdei had exuberant al fresco dinner parties in mind when he created the collection, which features tablecloths printed with joyful stripes influenced by the parasols of the Amalfi Coast and whimsical placemats printed with the ruins of Herculaneum that have more than a touch of Wes Anderson about them. Add in hand painted terracotta dinner plates and oval platters and you’ve got everything you need for a nostalgic journey through the Med. 

gergeierdei.com

Eliza Hopewell x Felt ceramics

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

Contemporary craft platform Felt have collaborated with London-based artist Eliza Hopewell on a limited-edition collection of ceramics, designed to usher in the hopefulness of spring and make art a part of every meal. The result is a new take on Hopewell’s playful and sensuous creations, which explore womanhood in its many guises. 

The collection was inspired by the fabled garden of the ancient philosopher Epicurus, who believed that pleasure was the route to human happiness. Taking a lush oasis as her setting, the ceramics, which are hand-made in south London, depict women in a landscape where they can be free to act as they please. While the plates and jugs feel deeply modern, each of the pieces has been created in blue and white, as a nod to traditional Ming Dynasty and Delft pottery.  

felt-collections.com

Sanne homewares

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

Central Saint Martins-trained Lena McCroary first started out as a tailor on Savile Row before moving on to creating bespoke outfits for the likes of Ellie Goulding and Celine Dion through her own label, Sanne. But it’s her eye-catching furniture and homewares pieces that have been turning heads lately. All of the pieces are made to order and range from playful hand painted tiger-striped desks and wardrobes to joyful technicolour armchairs, sofas and ottomans, which can be viewed in her grand Cadogan Square showroom.

Alongside her custom furniture pieces, she also has a range of animal-themed cushions, inspired by David Attenborough’s A Life on Our Planet. Created in homage to endangered species including the blue whale, the black rhino and the Bornean orangutan, profits from each cushion goes towards the World Land Trust, to help the charity continue to support the protection of these species in their natural habitat. 

sannelondon.com

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Print Sisters

8 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring
8 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

If you’re a fan of vintage textiles and artworks, you need to have Print Sisters on your radar. Founded by two sisters, Claudia and Alexia, their pieces are mined from their own archive which dates back as early as the 1800s, and also happens to be one of the largest privately owned collections of textile design artworks. 

Their latest Spring/Summer collection features a range of pretty vintage archive poster prints, woven recycled cotton blankets and screen-printed linen cushions, but there are always plenty of new launches and collaborations to keep an eye out for. The latest is their upcoming Calligraphy Collection, which launches in April and will feature a range of framed original artworks inscribed with quotes and poems by master calligrapher Lydia Packham

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9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

If you’re a fan of vintage textiles and artworks, you need to have Print Sisters on your radar. Founded by two sisters, Claudia and Alexia, their pieces are mined from their own archive which dates back as early as the 1800s, and also happens to be one of the largest privately owned collections of textile design artworks. 

Their latest Spring/Summer collection features a range of pretty vintage archive poster prints, woven recycled cotton blankets and screen-printed linen cushions, but there are always plenty of new launches and collaborations to keep an eye out for. The latest is their upcoming Calligraphy Collection, which launches in April and will feature a range of framed original artworks inscribed with quotes and poems by master calligrapher Lydia Packham

printsistersarchive.com

Soho Home x Eva Sonaike

9 buzzy new interiors launches that will instantly refresh your home this season Soho Home x Eva Sonaike

Soho House loves drawing on the creative talents of its wide-ranging member base when it comes to collaborations – case in point, this new interiors collection with London-based designer Eva Sonaike, who also happens to be a long-time Shoreditch House regular. Sonaike has created eight pieces as part of a limited-edition capsule collection, inspired by her childhood home in Germany and her West African roots.

There are hand knotted rugs, panama cushions and travertine lamps, all clad in joyous eclectic hand-drawn prints that recall the rich tones of the Aburi botanical gardens in Ghana. But the stand-out piece is a reimagined version of Soho Home’s coveted Garrett armchair, reworked in Sonaike’s Ijoba and Okan fabrics and adorned with a vibrant op art print.

sohohome.com

Wiggle Collection by Polkra x Jess Wheeler

9 exciting new interiors launches to know about this spring

Stylish homeware purveyors Polkra are known for their exclusive artist collections, which have seen them collaborate with illustrator du jour Fee Greening and London-based artist Katie Scott. Now they’ve teamed up with designer Jess Wheeler on a joyous new collection of tablecloths and napkins.

Designed to capture that happy energy we feel when gathering the people we love around a table, the Wiggle Collection features hand illustrated home textiles in a range of eye-catching colours, from pastel pink and sunshine yellow to racing green and firetruck red. Each of the designs has been digitally printed on 100% linen, chosen for its natural fibres, relaxed look and durability.  

polkra.com

 
Main image: Sanne homewares
 
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