This week’s interior design news

Lego accessories, floral wallpaper and snowy rugs – read on to find out which interior products caught my eye this week

Interior designer Susie Atkinson has announced her inaugural wallpaper collection Wild Meadow, designed in collaboration with up-and-coming artist and print maker Ellen Merchant. Susie wanted to create ‘contemporary patterns inspired by the beauty and freedom of the natural world made using traditional techniques.’ There are three designs Dipley, Wild Daisy (above) and Eastern Garden all inspired by a water meadow at Susie’s home.

Tundra from the Wintertime rug collection

Did you spot the new Wintertime rugs in the Topfloor by Esti showroom during Focus? The four rugs were designed by company founder Esti Barnes as a comment on the melting icecaps. Each Wintertime rug is tufted in white wool, linen and silk and references different aspects of a wintry scene. The company will donate £100 to the World Wildlife Fund for each rug sold.

The Digbeth hardware collection from Armac Martin

Armac Martin launched Digbeth into its range of hardware during Decorex. Crafted in the heart of Birmingham, this handsome, solid brass collection features linear ridges and square edges for a distinctive look. The range includes knob, T-bar, pull handle and appliance pull in a choice of over 20 finishes.

For Lego fans everywhere, accessories from Room Copenhagen

Are you working on a teenage bedroom project? Danish design brand Room Copenhagen has launched the Lego Group’s first ever collection of wooden lego accessories. The collection will be available in December and includes picture frames, wall hangers, book racks and desk drawers.

Office furniture from Uncommon in this week's news
Furniture from Uncommon’s new office collection

Flexible workspace provider Uncommon has launched its first, curated office furniture collection called curated. by Uncommon. The collection offers over 100 pieces catering for the office, meeting rooms and lunch zones including ergonomic chairs, tables, sofas, rugs and lighting. The aim is to provide furniture to entice and comfort workers as they return to the office. Suppliers to the collection include Flos, Bontempi and Calligaris.

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