Here are the interior products that caught my eye this week – including tiles inspired by lepidoptery, sculptural lighting and a brand new collection of outdoor fabrics.
Villeroy & Boch tiles has unveiled its first designer collaboration in more than 20 year. Created by fashion designer Mary Katrantzou, Victorian is a vibrant and colourful tile collection inspired by the art of lepidopterists and the geometry of Victorian tiles.
Victorian features eight different décor sets (20cm x 20cm) with borders and edges to complete the offering. Four coloured butterflies on either white or black backgrounds have been created using a combination of digital print and traditional screen-printing, with light visual 3-D effect used to provide a handcrafted appearance to each tile. (photo credit V&B Fliesen Gmbh)
Arley House has launched its debut wallpaper collection. The launch comprises 10 designs including contemporary florals, tropical prints and geometrics. The wallpaper designs coordinate with existing cushions and fabrics from Arley House and are made from responsibly sourced paper, printed in the UK and packaged without plastic.
Italian lighting specialist Lodes, has joined forces with Italian architect Vittorio Massimo to create IVY.
IVY is a minimal, geometric lighting piece composed of a ring hanging from a cable which gives power to a made to measure LED module. Designed with single (IVY I) of double cables (IVY V), IVY can be hung alone or as a set. (For the latest lighting launches, click here)
Madeaux has launched its first ever outdoor collection of fabrics called Oasis.
Woven from recyclable polypropylene yarn that offers excellent light fastness, resistance to stains and mould, but with a pleasing ‘natural’ touch, the new collection features both a wide and narrow striped pattern, a two-tone zebra motif and a co-ordinating textured plain.